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Meet Trey Wiggs of Trey Wiggs Co

Geim used Scotch tape to peel away ever-thinner “flakes” of graphite until he eventually had a layer that was just one atom thick: graphene, the first two-dimensional material discovered. Under an atomic microscope, graphene looks like a flat lattice of hexagons in a honeycomb arrangement.
As well as being incredibly strong, graphene is pliable like rubber and can carry a thousand times more electricity than copper.

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