Graphene is extremely light and almost optically transparent and is the first example of a two-dimensional (2D) material with only one carbon atom thickness which composes its hexagonal structure. Graphene determines as one of the strongest known materials with a tensile strength of 130 GPa that is more than 200 times higher than steel. Moreover, graphene has the highest electrical conductivity at the room temperature of all known substances, is an excellent conductor of heat along with light absorption capabilities.
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