Nokia’s micracle material = Graphene

Now this is very interesting. The future as we know it might change if this becomes a reality.

Nokia explained a bit more about the “super material” that they are working on called GRAPHENE.

So what is it? Let Nokia explain:

Graphene is an allotrope of carbon and its 2D structure measures just one atom thick. While being thin, it’s the strongest material ever tested, having a breaking strength 200 times greater than steel and is also the lightest material ever, best intrinsic conductor and super-flexible, too. It’s predicted to replace silicon as the base for all electronics.

Now watch this video for the possibilities:
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Now dream about a real life nanosuit made out of this like in the computer game called Crysis.
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Now go here for more info:

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