What is Graphene?
Graphene, an allotrope of carbon, also known as graphene layer, single-layer graphene or monolayer graphene it is a one-atom- thick planar sheets of sp2-bonded carbon atoms that are densely packed in a honeycomb crystal lattice.
Graphene can be best represented as a pure carbon monocrystalline graphitic sheet comprising a single layer of carbon atoms densely packed into a benzene-ring structure.
Graphene was first isolated and characterized in the University of Manchester by Professors Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, discovering many of its properties.
Graphene’s potential to change the course of innumerable industries is only limited by the imagination and cunning of business leaders who share a vision with a knowledgeable chemist, engineer, or physicist.
A sheet of carbon atoms that could be useful for almost everything and is going to change our life