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Tag: Graphene

The truth about graphene – what’s the hold up? (science video)

June 5, 2020 | By | Reply More
The truth about graphene – what’s the hold up? (science video)

Ever since it was discovered in 2004, graphene has been hailed as one of the most important breakthroughs in materials since the plastics revolution more than a century ago. The early predictions were that graphene would almost immediately enable the kinds of products and technologies that we’re used to seeing in sci-fi movies. Cut to […]

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Graphene by Les Johnson & Joseph E. Neany (book review).

February 20, 2018 | By | Reply More
Graphene by Les Johnson & Joseph E. Neany (book review).

If you thought graphene was a newly discovered form of carbon, reading Les Johnson and Joseph E. Neany’s book on the subject places its earliest appearance to the mid-1920s. In case you didn’t know, carbon comes in many forms of allotropes. You’re all familiar with coal and diamond, but its molecular pattern offering up two […]

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