Graphene might be one of the world’s most useful materials. Though it’s only one carbon atom thick, it’s many times stronger than steel, and highly flexible to boot.
Here are several profound graphene inventions to look forward to in the near future.
A world without rust
Because graphene is virtually impermeable, a coat of graphene-based paint could one day be used to eradicate corrosion and rust. Researchers have even shown that glassware or copper plates covered with graphene paint can be used as containers for strongly corrosive acids.
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