October 19, 2017

#753. The world’s first mass-produced material, graphene could change the world!

     Innovative new material, graphene could be as promising as plastics and iron when they were firstly became commonplace.

Graphene is potential to open the way to the future. Even though it is light, bouncy and flexible, it is 100 times harder than iron steel. It is a conducting body and its melting point is about 3000 degrees C. It could be used as parts of lightweight aircraft, a sea desalination plant, a high-speed computer or all sorts of products because it is incredibly light and flat For the first time in the world, the company has succeeded in the mass production of graphene.