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Northwestern Researchers Create Graphene in a Flash
Written by Daniel   
Thursday, 20 August 2009 11:37
Super low-cost manufacturing method could provide inexpensive flexible electronics and more.

Levi Beckerson (Blog) - August 14, 2009 8:18 AM

Like the ubiquitous carbon nanotube, graphene is another wonder substance composed entirely of carbon molecules. In fact, you can think of carbon nanotubes as sheets of graphene rolled into a tube. Graphite is also made from sheets of graphene stacked atop one another.

There are a few things about graphene that make it a fairly desirable material. First is its ability to conduct electricity and it does so quite well. Research into this property of graphene has made the future of flexible electronics quite tantalizing. [Comments...]
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