Monthly Archives: November 2013

Science Direct database

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GrapheneĀ is one of the crystalline forms ofĀ carbon, alongsideĀ diamond,Ā graphite,Ā carbon nanotubesĀ andĀ fullerenes. In this material, carbon atoms are arranged in aĀ regular hexagonal pattern. Graphene can be described as a one-atom thick layer of the layered mineralĀ graphite. High-quality graphene is very strong, light, nearly … Continue reading

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Energy Storage: Analysis/Methods/Estimation/advantage(dis)

Energy Storage: Analysis/Methods/Estimation/advantage(dis) * Batteries (electrochemical) <- A lot of companies have already researched. + Capacitor (Graphite) <- New technology + Air Tank (pressure: not very successful) <- A lab-scale test X Natural Resources (oil, coal, gas) <- Many people … Continue reading

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