graphene


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graph·ene

 (grăf′ēn′)
n.
A monolayer of carbon atoms having a hexagonal lattice structure and constituting a basic structural element of graphite, fullerenes, and carbon nanotubes.

graphene

(ˈɡræfiːn)
n
(Atomic Physics) a nanomaterial consisting of one-atom-thick sheets of carbon atoms, with the atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice structure
[C20: from graph(ite) + -ene]
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New graphene printing technology can produce electronic circuits that are low-cost, flexible, highly conductive, and water repellent.
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In the first experiment of its kind, researchers at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) are exploring the practical applications of exploiting graphene in the UK space industry.
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In an important breakthrough in physics and materials science, researchers have for the first time engineered artificial graphene in a semiconductor device.
Researchers and students in the pan-European research initiative Graphene Flagship are preparing for two exciting experiments in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) to test the viability of graphene for space applications.
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Among the topics are microscopic theory for the groundstate and linear optical response of novel two-dimensional materials with hexagonal symmetry, nonlinear optical experiments on graphene, the ultrafast manipulation of terahertz waves using graphene metamaterials, femtosecond pulse generation with voltage-controlled graphene saturable absorbers, and the potential of graphene as a transparent electrode.
Graphene is an extraordinarily versatile material that is poised to emerge from the rarified environs of research laboratories, pilot plants and specialty applications to diverse real-world products and commercial-scale production.
At the summit, Innova Research will present our recent research on "The Global Graphene Market and Graphene in Automotive Applications.
A company in the north-east of England is to supply Graphene commercially for the first time and has more such deals in the pipeline--just weeks after MPs criticised industry for failing to capitalise on the so-called "wonder-material's" discovery.