Graphene and 2D Materials

Graphene was the first coated 2D material. Graphene is a sparkling carbon allotrope containing a nearly transparent mass (to visible light) of one atom thick. It is hundreds of whiles harder than most mass-hardens. Its thermal and electrical conductivity is the best known; Present thickness display 1, 000,000 times that of copper. It was first developed in 2004.

Andre Gem and Konstantin Novoselov received the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics' for pioneering work on the two-dimensional graphene of material.' They produced it first by removing graphene flakes from the tape and then relocating them to a silicon cracker in bulk graphite with adhesive.

  • Benefits of 2D Materials
  • 2D materials beyond Graphene
  • 2D Topological Materials
  • Chemical functionalization of Graphene

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