What are some uses for graphene?
Graphene contains zero-overlap semimetal since the electrons and holes in its structures are charge carriers. Also, graphene has a high electrical conductivity because graphene possesses six electrons, of which four electrons are located within the outer shell and the other two inner sections.
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The uses of graphene include; the manufacture of anti-corrosion paint and coatings and biomedical applications, thus upgrading brain penetration and...
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Learn about the allotropes of carbon forms and properties. Understand what allotropes of carbon are, how allotropes occur, and their specific characteristics.