NewsResearchers continue to refine graphene production using
HPC

4th June 2021by admin0
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Graphene may be among the most exciting scientific
discoveries of the last century. While it is strikingly familiar to
us—graphene is considered an allotrope of carbon, meaning that it
essentially the same substance as graphite but in a different
atomic structure—graphene also opened up a new world of
possibilities for designing and building new
technologies.

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