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Non-Tech : Graphene

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To: DanD who wrote (330)1/29/2017 4:19:50 PM
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Some of the uses of graphene depend on the possibility that it can occur as a single molecule in the form of a sheet just one atom deep. It's possible to cover the same area with many molecules that are much smaller. The molecules will overlap so the thickness will be greater in places, and non-uniform. There are other methods for making this lesser form of graphene, which is sold for less than the mono-molecular sheets. This new method might be make it cheaper still.

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