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Graphene is a two-dimensional material which has created an astonishing range of new possible applications originating from its versatile properties.
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Graphene is a crystal plane built up of carbon (C) atoms with sp2 bonding in a honeycomb lattice in which carbon participates with three in-plane bonds while the forth one is unsaturated bond in the perpendicular direction.

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