Nobel Prize for Graphene

For over two decades, scientists have been looking into different forms of graphite, acknowledging that it has a vast potential, especially when reduced to nano-chains, that would transform everything from energy storage to appliances and personal use devices.

Now, two scientists have been identified by Nobel Prize in Physics as leaders in this technology – Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov of the University of Manchester have successfully isolated a single-atom chain of graphite that can be woven and manipulated – a substance they call “graphene.”

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