Graphene & Carbon Nanotubes

Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) are both composed of carbon atoms and have exceptional mechanical and electronic properties. Graphene often considered as 2D material and While CNTs are often regarded and 1D Materials. Graphene is very much thin, flexible and highly conductive. As it has a greater surface area to mass ratio it offers excellent potential for use in energy storage or chemical sensing. Carbon nanotubes are strong and light which makes them a perfect choice for using as reinforcing additive in composite fibers, to make them extremely strong and electrically conductive.

 

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