Graphene nanostructures

Graphene is a nuclear scale honeycomb cross section made of carbon particles. Graphene can be defined as a single, thin layer of graphite and known as a “super material”. Graphene has put researchers all over the world into work to understand it in a better way. Graphene is without a doubt rising as a standout amongst the most encouraging nanomaterials on account of its one of a kind blend of brilliant properties, which opens a route for its exploitation in a wide range of uses extending from electrical to optics, sensors, and biodevices.