06 Industrial Uses of Graphene

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Graphene is the most robust material and uses to enhance the strength of other materials. Many researchers have demonstrated that adding even a trace amount of graphene to plastics, metals, or other materials can make these materials much stronger - or lighter. Medicine, electronics, energy, defence, desalination; the range of industries where graphene research is making an impact is substantial.

Graphene applications in biomedicine are numerous and classified into several main areas: transport systems, sensors, tissue engineering and biological agents (for example, antimicrobials). Graphene is a material with many outstanding qualities; strength, flexibility, lightweight and conductivity. One of the simplest and most effective ways of harnessing graphene's potential is to combine it with existing products, so-called composite materials. Graphene used as a coating to improve current touch screens for phones and tablets. It can also use to make the circuitry for computer systems, making them incredibly fast.

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