Under a transmission electron microscope it looks deceptively simple: a grid of hexa­gons resembling volleyball net or a section of chicken wire. But graphene, a form of carbon that can be produced in sheets only one atom thick, seems poised to shake up the world of electronics. Within five years, it could begin powering faster and better transistors, computer chips, and LCD screens, according to researchers who are smitten with this new super material.

January 25, 2010- Source:  http://discovermagazine.com/2010/jan-feb/07#.UsRucoWWomg

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