Graphene can repair itself
An other Graphene miracle: it can repair itself. Scientists found out that the “amazing material” made of sheets of carbon just one atom thick, it can actually fix holes in its structure. Image by CORE-materials under Creative Commons license
The new study by researchers at the University of Manchester, UK suggests that Graphene can be repaired by simply exposing it to carbon atoms.
The finding, published in Nano Letters, is incredibly useful.
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