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GRAPHENE<br />
Strongest Known Material In The World<br />
Graphite is rubbed on paper and a piece of clear tape is applied to the surface. The tape pulls up a single layer of graphene: carbon arranged in a one-atom thick, honeycomb lattice. Graphene is incredibly strong, and excellent electrical conductor.

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GRAPHENE
Strongest Known Material In The World
Graphite is rubbed on paper and a piece of clear tape is applied to the surface. The tape pulls up a single layer of graphene: carbon arranged in a one-atom thick, honeycomb lattice. Graphene is incredibly strong, and excellent electrical conductor.

Copyright:© 2013 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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