Scientists make strong, super-tough carbon sheets at low temperature


Scientists have developed high-strength, super-tough sheets of carbon that can be inexpensively fabricated at low temperatures. The team made the sheets by chemically stitching together platelets of graphitic carbon, which is in certain ways similar to the graphite found in the soft lead of an ordinary pencil.

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