Is graphene the new carbon nanotube?

Over the past few years graphene has emerged as a wunderkind of nanomaterials research, with potential to impact everything from polymer composites, for its electrostatic dissipative (ESD) and barrier properties, to printed electronics, where it can be both conducting and semiconducting. These 2-dim...

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