Physics of Graphene

Graphene is one of a few types of carbon known as its "allotropes". Allotropes are fundamentally unique types of a similar component, in which similar particles security together in various ways. For instance, particles of oxygen can tie together as two iotas – O2, which makes up a fifth of Earth's air – or as three molecules, ozone, which shields us from bright radiation.  On account of carbon, beside ash and charcoal, the most usually known structures are jewel, graphite, and the fullerenes. In precious stones, the iotas are masterminded in a pyramid molded cross section.

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