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What you're about to discover could revolutionize everything from electronics and aerospace to transportation and energy.
It's the thinnest, strongest material on earth. And in 2010, it won Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, two scientists from the University of Manchester in England, the Nobel Prize in Physics.
This potentially game-changing material is none other than graphene.
In its most basic form, graphene is simply a single layer of graphite. It's as thin as one atom.
Yet amazingly, The New York Times says, “…a sheet of it stretched over a cup of coffee could support the weight of a truck bearing down on a pencil.”
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