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About Graphene

Graphene is a single layer of 2-dimensional atomic crystal where carbon atoms are packed in a regular sp2-bonded atomic-scale chicken wire (hexagonal) pattern. Graphene is part of graphite structure and can be described as a single layer of graphite.

What is Graphene

Graphene is discovered  in 2004, by two scientists, Prof A. Geim and K.Novoselov, from University of Manchester, UK and received Nobel prize in 2010,

Amazing properties of graphene

properties

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