Issue Date: November 21, 2011
Graphene Moves Toward Applications
Every now and again, some scientific discovery comes along that rivets the world’s attention. These days, it’s graphene.
By any measure, this ultrathin form of carbon—a single atomic layer thick in some cases, a handful of layers in others—has been the focus of an enormous research effort for the past couple of years (C&EN, March 2, 2009, page 14). A glance at conference programs and the tables . . .
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