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Carbon nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes Over the last four decades, we have been envisioning the end to the use of silicon as a semiconductor in devices. Perhaps the end is near. Just what will replace silicon? The answer to that is a carbon nanotube.  What are carbon nanotubes? These are tube-shaped carbon-made materials …

Graphene electronics

Graphene in Optical Electronics

Future use of graphene in Optical Electronics Graphene, a 2D (two dimensional) carbon is a highly versatile material with amazing properties destined to change the way we live and communicate. It is currently the strongest and lightest material known to man.  Its ability to conduct heat and electricity is much …


Graphene in Biological Engineering

Future applications of Graphene in Biological Engineering Much have been made of the exceptional qualities of graphene, from its ability to conduct electricity and heat more than any other material known today, to its unequaled strength. Graphene can repel bullets better than Kevlar if it’s worked into a composite material. …

Graphene foldable electronics

Future applications of Graphene

The number of future applications of graphene is almost going to be infinite.  Graphene is a nano-sized wonder material with a massive future in the world of electronics. With its unique properties the material is effective almost in all areas of science. Ever since its discovery in 2004, graphene has been hailed …