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 October 10, 2018 
 Graphene & Nanotubes 
 The latest graphene & nanotubes news from across the AZoNetwork 
 10 Ways Graphene Could Change Modern Living10 Ways Graphene Could Change Modern Living
 
Graphene’s usefulness derives from its extreme strength, flexibility, unique honeycomb structure and capacity to conduct electricity. Consider the following ways this odd form of carbon could revolutionize modern life.
 
 
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   Graphene Controls Surface Magnetism at Room TemperatureGraphene Controls Surface Magnetism at Room Temperature
 
In a refreshing change of perspective, theoretical physicist Dr Zeila Zanolli has looked at the proximity effects of graphene on a magnetic semiconducting substrate, finding it to affect the substrate’s magnetism down to several layers below the surface.
 
 Graphene Nanotubes and Nanoribbons
 
Graphene Nanotubes and NanoribbonsGraphene is a one-atom thick, two-dimensional layer of carbon atoms in a honeycomb structure. Here AZoM looks at graphene nanotubes and nanoribbons.
 
 
 Graphene's Conductivity Boosted for Better Solar-Energy Generating Technology
 
Graphene's Conductivity Boosted for Better Solar-Energy Generating TechnologyThe so-called super-material, graphene, has become a focus of many scientific discoveries. Recently, a research team at the University of Kansas have developed another application for this versatile material in the form of solar cells.
 
 
 The Largest Event on Graphene Nanotubes is Open to the Public for the First Time
 
The Largest Event on Graphene Nanotubes is Open to the Public for the First TimeThe Nanoaugmented Materials Industry Summit (NAUM) 2018 in Shanghai on October 31 will gather the world’s leading companies who use and apply graphene nanotubes to share exciting results. This year the event is opening its doors to all like-minded innovators and industry pioneers to learn about recent progress in this field.
 
 
 Can Graphene Change Semiconductor Industry?
 
Can Graphene Change Semiconductor Industry?Ever since its initial discovery at the University of Manchester in 2004, graphene has remained in the spotlight, particularly in both the semiconductor and electronics industries.
 
 

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