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Date Created: 09/27/16
Isabel Mae Diggins Dr. Steve Feller Modern Physics September 1, 2016 2010 Nobel Laureate Andre Geim and Graphene Introduction: Who are these scientists?  Brief overview of Andre Geim  Notes on Konstantin Novoselov, who won the prize in conjunction with Andre Geim o Wikipedia  Details leading up to their experiments on graphene o  Noteworthy that Phillip R Wallace theoretically predicted graphene’s existence in 2003. o Body Paragraph 1: What is Graphene?  200x stronger than the strongest steel, lightweight and flexible o  It is really conductive!  U of Manchester claims it to be the single most conductive material on earth o o Wikipedia  Absorbs only 2.3% of white light o  “Before monolayer graphene was isolated in 2004, it was theoretically believed that two dimensional compounds could not exist” o Body Paragraph 2: How graphene is constructed  You can make graphene at home with simple supplies o kitchen-with-soap-and-a-blender/  Low quality, not very strong, many defects  It is inexpensive to make o  Methods of constructing graphene o Body Paragraph 3: Practical properties and real life uses of Graphene  Biggest industry graphene will likely impact is nanoelectronics o  No band gap puts electronic production at a standstill  applications  Water filtration is another huge implication for graphene! o gallery/interviews-and-lectures/water-purification/  Many more applications o gallery/applications/ Conclusion: Why graphene hasn’t dominated the market…yet o Summary of what we learned about graphene in this paper  It sounds like a miracle. The Nobel prize was handed out 6 years ago for this stuff, so why doesn’t everyone know about it ? o here-yet/  Biggest obstacle so far is just practical testing, it seems like  Not quite ready to be released to the public sphere  Slowly but surely, graphene is making its way out of the lab and into consumer hands o


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