WHAT EXACTLY IS GRAPHENE?
A “super-material” stronger than steel, harder than diamonds, more conductive than copper, with better electron mobility than silicon.
Graphene, the world’s thinnest material, derives from carbon-rich sources, measures 1 atom thick, and enhances strength, water resistance, flexibility, and electrical conductivity. It boosts clean energy by improving batteries, solar panels, and supercapacitors. Versatile and unique, graphene could revolutionize industries and technology.