Graphene: a revolutionary nanomaterial


Graphene: a revolutionary nanomaterial

Author(s): Amaia Zurutuza

Publication: Bunsen-Magazin 2023, 2, 40-41

Publisher: Deutsche Bunsen-Gesellschaft für physikalische Chemie e.V., Frankfurt

Language: English

DOI: 10.26125/rtbx-zf21

Abstract: Graphene is a unique nanomaterial with extraordinary properties and as a consequence it is expected that it will have many industrial applications in electronics, optoelectronics photonics and sensors/biosensors. It is the thinnest material known up to date with a thickness of 0.345nm. In addition, the electrons and holes move extremely fast (as if they were massless) in graphene and it has a very high thermal conductivity.

Cite this:  A. Zurutuza, Bunsen-Magazin 2023, 2, 40-41, DOI: 10.26125/rtbx-zf21

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