Graphene

Graphene is just an atomically thin sheet of carbon — that is, a “two-dimensional” matrix of carbon atoms just one atom thick. That might sound like it’s too thin to do anything useful, but a single square-meter sheet of Graphene would weigh just 0.0077 grams could support up to four kilograms.

Graphene

It takes over 100 times as much pressure to break a string of Graphene as it would to break the same thickness of steel, so it can certainly support some interesting new structures.
Graphene is a good conductor, even at room temperature, which makes it naturally interesting to any industry looking to miniaturize — like the electronics industry. While computer part manufacturers look to find new ways to lay down silicon transistors ever more densely, their efforts are predicted to stall soon; you simply cannot make silicon transistors much smaller than we already do. But Graphene can be literally as small as physically possible, opening the door for huge increases in the number of computing units per chip. With zero band gap, it can also make a great electrode for solar cells. Flexible computers could one day be made with Graphene.
There are other possible uses, as well. Graphene is a great oxidation-reduction agent, meaning it has potential to improve battery technology. One particularly odd property is the fact that while Graphene is partially permeable to water; it tends to stop virtually every other liquid from passing, even in a solution. Graphene has been used to further distil vodka by letting only water escape from the mixture. Desalination of salt water is another possible application. There are literally too many applications to list, from quantum dots to implanted electronics.

Applications



    AUTOMOBILES
  • FENDERS
  • BUMPER
  • MIRROR HOUSING
  • BODY FRAME
  • CONDUCTIVE COATING
  • WIRING
  • ENGINE
  • TYRES
  • ALLOYS
  • EPOXY COMPOSITES
  • POLYESTER COMPOSITES
    HEALTHCARE
  • DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS
  • BIOMEDICAL DEVICES
  • BIOSENSORS
  • LAB ON CHIP
  • BONE REGROWTH COMPOSITES
  • NANO ROBOTS
  • NANO SWARMS
  • NANOMEDICINE
  • TISSUE ENGINEERING
    ENERGY
  • BATTERY ELECTRODES
  • FUEL CELLS
  • WIND MILL MATERIAL
  • SOLAR CELLS
  • WIRES
  • POWER GRIDS
  • CONDUCTIVITY APPLICATIONS
  • ULTRA -CAPACITORS
  • PAPER BATTERIES
    CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
  • ADDITIVES TO CEMENT
  • ADDITIVES TO CONCRETE
  • ADDITIVES TO CONSTRUCTION CHEMICALS
  • ADDITIVES TO ROAD TAR
  • COATINGS FOR HARDNESS
    ELECTRONICS
  • CONDUCTIVE INKS
  • SEMI -CONDUCTOR MATERIALS
  • FILLER FOR ELECTRONICS' HOUSINGS
  • TRANSPERANT DISPLAYS
  • TOUCH SCREENS
  • WIRES
  • MOSFETS
  • FIELD EMISSION TRANSISTORS
  • GAS, CHEMICAL, PRESSURE SENSORS
    AEROSPACE
  • BODY PARTS
  • TYRES
  • ADDITIVES TO ALUMINUM ALLOYS
  • ADDITIVES TO CHEMICALS
  • WIRES
  • SENSORS
  • ANTI EXPLOSION COATINGS
  • ANTI -BREAKAGE FILLERS
    DEFENSE
  • ADDITIVES TO TUNGSTEN ALLOYS
  • NEW MATERIALS FOR AMMUNITION
  • COMBAT JACKETS
  • COMMUNI -CATION EQUIPMENT
  • SOLDIER HELMETS
  • SOLDIER UNIFORMS
  • SOLDIER SHOES
    PLASTICS
  • EPOXY NANOCOMPOSITE
  • BAPP FILMS
  • PET FILMS
  • BARRIER ENHANCEMENT
  • POLYESTER
  • POLY -PROPYLENE
  • CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS
  • STRENGTH ENHA
    METALS
  • ADDITIVES IN ALUMINUM AND ITS ALLOYS
  • ADDITIVES IN STEEL AND ITS ALLOYS
  • ADDITIVES TO COPPER AND ITS ALLOYS
  • ADDITIVES TO MAGNESIUM AND ITS ALLOYS
  • ADDITIVES TO TITANIUM AND ITS ALLOYS
  • ADDITIVES TO ZINC AND ITS ALLOYS

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