Scientists at the University of Manchester have discovered that electrons in graphene actually moves like slow pouring honey.
A team of international physicists have created a new type of artificial 'graphene.'
Researchers have developed a new graphene oxide "paper" that changes under a small amount of strain.
This new material consists of many identical piece of grossly warped graphene, each containing exactly 80 carbon atoms joined together in a network of 26 rings, with 30 hydrogen atoms decorating the rim. These individual molecules, because they measure somewhat more than a nanometer across, are ref...