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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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APPLIED Graphene Materials, the Wilton-based innovator of the "wonder material", has been given a boost on its future after securing patent approval in Japan.
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