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Graphene-Proceed with Caution

Graphene is the most important member of the nanostructured carbon family. The importance of this family of nanostructured materials made it the winner of Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1996. Surprisingly, in 2010, the high potential of the missing piece of the carbon nanostructures puzzle "graphene" has led it to win the Physics Nobel Prize.

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