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What is graphene?

A raw material for the 21st century. Graphene is an ultra-strong, lightweight, flexible, and superconductive two-dimensional nanomaterial formed by carbon atoms in a hexagonal structure. With one less physical dimension it brings about an additional visionary dimension. In 2004, scientists Konstantin Novoselov and Andre Geim from the University of Manchester in England decided to test graphene's potential as a transistor by making it thinner and thinner without losing its outstanding properties. This discovery earned them the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010, and since then the material has been one of the most coveted by global industry.

Graphene has become a valuable and useful nanomaterial due to its exceptionally high tensile strength, electrical conductivity, transparency, and being the thinnest two-dimensional material in the world. The global market for graphene block was $9 million in 2012, with most of the demand from research and development in semiconductor, electronics, electric batteries, and composites.

Extraordinary Properties of graphene material:

  • 200 times stronger than steel

  • Withstands deformation of more than 20% without suffering any damage

  • A million times thinner than a sheet of paper

  • Excellent conductor of heat and electricity

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