Graphene Ushers in a New Era in Nanotechnology/Delivers Flexibility and Conductivity, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

Graphene, a hexagonal lattice of carbon, is the thinnest and strongest material in the world, with some estimating it to be as much as 100 times as strong as steel for a given weight of either material.  In addition, it conducts heat and electricity better than any other material.  In recent experiments, electrons traveled approximately 100 times faster in graphene than in silicon at room temperature. Graphene represents materials science in its most microscopic form.  It is estimated that one ounce of graphene could cover an area as large as 28 football fields.  Applications will likely include high-speed circuits for…

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