• Graphene is a single layer (monolayer) of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb-like pattern.
  • It is the building-block of Graphite, but graphene is a remarkable substance on its own with a multitude of astonishing properties.
  • It is the thinnest, most electrically and thermally conductive material in the world, while also being flexible, transparent and incredibly strong.
  • Often referred to as a wonder material for its extraordinary electrical and electronics properties, graphene could replace Indium and thereby bring down the cost of OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screens in smartphones, studies have shown.
  • Uses: It can be used in applications ranging from miniaturised electronics to biomedical devices like computers, batteries, and other devices, anti-corrosion coatings and paints, efficient and precise sensors, faster and efficient electronics, flexible displays, efficient solar panels, faster DNA sequencing, drug delivery, and more.

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