The next “wonder material” that could bring major benefits to the aerospace and defense industry is graphene. Work is underway at universities and research institutes to fine-tune the composition and processability of the material, derived from graphite, for diverse end-uses.  Graphene can be produced in different forms. One common representation shows it as a densely packed, 2-D sheet of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice one atom thick. Technically, graphene is ...

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