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[*] posted on 5-8-2013 at 12:16 PM Reply With Quote
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[*] posted on 5-8-2013 at 09:30 PM Reply With Quote


graphene has only one fatal flaw...the edges. Because the edges have to stop somewhere, it doesn't necessarily have that hexagonal ring configuration. That is the only reason why graphene is still taking some time to perfect



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graphene has only one fatal flaw...the edges. Because the edges have to stop somewhere, it doesn't necessarily have that hexagonal ring configuration. That is the only reason why graphene is still taking some time to perfect


That's interesting. Where did you hear this from? I would think because it is only one atom thick I would assume manipulating it would be fairly easy. I for one can't wait for it to be perfected. Besides faster and smaller computing devices, the one thing that is lagging behind is the battery. Finally we will have a good battery that will be on par with our current technologies. Electric cars will take over once we figure out a way to make graphene batteries for them. I can't wait!!!




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graphene has only one fatal flaw...the edges. Because the edges have to stop somewhere, it doesn't necessarily have that hexagonal ring configuration. That is the only reason why graphene is still taking some time to perfect


That's interesting. Where did you hear this from? I would think because it is only one atom thick I would assume manipulating it would be fairly easy. I for one can't wait for it to be perfected. Besides faster and smaller computing devices, the one thing that is lagging behind is the battery. Finally we will have a good battery that will be on par with our current technologies. Electric cars will take over once we figure out a way to make graphene batteries for them. I can't wait!!!


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[*] posted on 5-14-2013 at 05:25 PM Reply With Quote




This video should explain the use of graphene better. I can't wait to see the new products made from graphene. imagine all the widows has a layer of graphene on it and charges a battery station in our home. it will be free electricity! :headbang::headbang::headbang:
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