Graphene, dubbed the "miracle material", is a one-atom-thick planar sheet of carbon atoms and is the strongest material ever discovered. This material has attracted extensive interest in recent years and is being studied intensively by researchers across the world. This two-dimensional carbon nanomaterial is the world's ‘‘thinnest’’ known material and demonstrates extraordinary thermal, chemical, electronic, mechanical properties alongside high resistance, elasticity and flexibility and more.
Looking from an applicative perspective, they are nearly limitless. Graphene can be used as an energy-storage material, within anti-corrosion coatings and paints, to create precise sensors, faster and energy-efficient electronics, flexible displays, solar panels, faster DNA sequencing and drug delivery, just to name a few.