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Electron flow in graphene, conceptual image. Computer illustration representing the movement of electrons (waves) through carbon atoms in a sheet of graphene. A single atom of carbon (top) is also shown. Graphene is an allotrope of carbon, where the individual carbon atoms in each molecule take on a hexagonal arrangement. It has many extraordinary properties, including being an extremely efficient electrical conductor.
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