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Graphene nanoribbon, illustration

Graphene nanoribbon, illustration

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ELLA MARU STUDIO / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY ELLA MARU STUDIO / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Graphene nanoribbon, illustration. Graphene is made up of hexagonally packed carbon atoms (orange). It is highly transparent thermally conductive, flexible chemically inert, biologically compatible and 200 times stronger than steel. Nanoribbons of graphene would combine the properties of graphene with nanotechnology applications. This example has long organic hydrocarbon molecule side chains (green) attached to the graphene sheet.

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