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MIT Team Studies the Fracture of Imperfect Graphene Materials

Experimental results have shown that, despite significant defects at grain boundaries, the strength of polycrystalline graphene, a two-dimensional carbon material discovered recently, is comparable to that of the pristine defect-free material, although it is widespread knowledge […]

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Graphene Wrinkles Not a Problem

Graphene’s exceptional mechanical and electronic properties make it a perfect candidate for applications such as flexible electronics and supercapacitors for energy storage, but its single-atom thickness also means it wrinkles easily, which could affect its ability […]

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