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Graphene. The Miracle Material of the Future. Presented by Preston Fry ITMG 100 07. What is graphene ?. Graphene is a material made from carbon It has many different properties which make it potentially useful

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    1. Graphene The Miracle Material of the Future Presented by Preston Fry ITMG 100 07

    2. What is graphene? Graphene is a material made from carbon It has many different properties which make it potentially useful It is expected to replace common materials (i.e. plastic, silicon) on certain products as early as the next decade

    3. Properties of graphene • Great semiconductor – electrons can move with minimal resistance • Extraordinarily strong – 100x stronger than steel • Thermal conductor - heat can move 10x faster in graphene than in copper • Nearly transparent – 97.3% transparent due to it only being one atom think

    4. Flexible and malleable – attributed to its light weight and thinness, can flex 20% without damage Potential to be cheap/affordable – carbon is incredibly abundant on Earth Incredibly thin – one atom “thick” Properties of graphene

    5. Recent Research That You May Find Amazing! Scientists create the first graphene-based holographic optical disc http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/167931-scientists-create-the-first-graphene-based-holographic-optical-disc Graphene-Printed Piano Keys http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/this-graphene-printed-piano-is-a-peek-at-the-future-of-electronics

    6. Predicted Future Uses

    7. References Anthony, Sebastian. “All-graphene computer chip could steer us past the 22nm copper and silicon bottleneck”ExtremeTech. Web. 25 October 2013. http://www.extremetech.com/computing/169583-all-graphene-computer-chip-could-steer-us-past-the-22nm-bottleneck Blendis, Stefanie. “Graphene: 'Miracle material' will be in your home sooner than you think” CNN Tech. Web. 06 Oct 2013. http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/02/tech/innovation/graphene-quest-for-first-ever-2d-material/index.html Dume, Belle. “Graphene has record-breaking strength” Nanotechweb. Web. 18 July 2008. http://nanotechweb.org/cws/article/tech/35061 Jacoby, Mitch. “Graphene: Carbon As Thin As Can Be” C&EN Chemical & Engineering News. Web. 02 March 2009. http://cen.acs.org/articles/87/i9/Graphene-Carbon-Thin.html

    8. References Continued… Manchester. “Graphene: World-leading Research and Development” The University of Manchester. Web. 09 July 2013. http://www.graphene.manchester.ac.uk/story/properties/ Ming, Pak. “An introduction to graphene and the 2010 Nobel Physics Prize” The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Web PDF. 23 June 2011. http://www.phy.cuhk.edu.hk/public_lecture/110623_notes.pdf Skuse, Benjamin. “Graphene’s grand potential” Cosmos Online. Web. 29 September 2011. http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/features/graphenes-grand-potential Spasenovic, Marko. “The great potential of graphene – three examples”Graphenea. Web. 18 September 2013. http://www.graphenea.com/blogs/graphene-news/9103021-the-great-potential-of-graphene-three-examples#.UlN-ZhBywac