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Graphene, a Nobel Prize-winning nanomaterial, is both the strongest and the lightest material known. Graphene is a two-dimensional crystal only an atom thick.


Graphene is stronger and lighter It is two hundred times stronger than steel and five times lighter than aluminum.

Graphene can be a conductor or insulator of electricity Depending on the type of graphene material, it can be a conductor of electricity or insulator.

Graphene is resistant to UV rays and corrosion It is resistant to UV rays and corrosion.

Graphene is waterproof It is highly waterproof, even to hydrogen and helium.

Graphene is biocompatible It is biocompatible.

Graphene has antimicrobial properties It has antimicrobial properties.

Graphene has multiple applications It can be functionalized to create various graphene-based materials for different applications.


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