News3D design leads to first stable and strong self-assembling
1D nanographene wires

1st April 2021by admin0
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Nanographene is flexible, yet stronger than steel.
With unique physical and electronic properties, the material
consists of carbon molecules only one atom thick arranged in a
honeycomb shape. Still early in technological development, current
fabrication methods require the addition of substituents to obtain
a uniform material. Additive-free methods result in flimsy,
breakable fibers—until now.

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