Graphene: The Wonder Material
Simply put, Graphene is a wonder material made of a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal pattern, like a honeycomb.
Back in 2004, the first sheet of graphene was produced. Ever since, scientists have been trying to figure out a way to mass produce it. Why? Because it is going to make everything better.
It could give us much faster internet.
It is 100 times stronger than steel so naturally it is going to be awesome for building anything.
We could use it as a filter for water and scrub the oceans clean of toxic waste.
It could be used on smartphones to make them virtually indestructible.
It would make batteries obsolete.
Truth be told, we cannot list all the things graphene could be useful for because its applications are practically limitless. Sooner or later we will figure out how to mass produce it. Prepare for the second industrial revolution where everything is made from graphene. Everything!