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World always asks for compact and effective equipment. For that we need suitable materials. Now think about the thinnest material which has extraordinary properties. Graphene is real two dimensional material. It has lots of useful properties like conductivity, high strength and good flexibility. This Material has lots of potential, but still there is no more researches occupied on Graphene. This research paper is about to introduce the Graphene to the present world and to shows the impotency of Graphene in future. But question arise that which type of equipment or machines need a Graphene, where we can use Graphene to increase the effectiveness of equipment. It has carbon as raw material so it is cheap, eco-friendly and sustainable. It is much stronger, transparent and good conductive material which can use in Conductors, Transistor, Heat spreader and Interconnect wires of Integrated circuits, super capacitors and also useful as micro sensor and actuator. In future with use of Graphene composite, we will able to make space elevator of 36000 km altitude. But still it has some challenges that we have to solve. Challenges like, High prize at this moment (1 cm2 = 3700 rupees), Sensitive to environment with no effective passivation, High quality thin films still lacking of reproducibility, Large scale transfer of films still irreproducible, Sheet resistance still too high, No band gap which a transistor requires (turn off problems). This paper give you total overview of the all basic information require using Graphene in the future. This paper has all basic information regarding to every properties of the Graphene. Here all properties are equally justified on the bases of application too.
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