In short, yes.
Graphene is a remarkable form of carbon. It’s 200 times stronger than steal but, incredibly light weight.
But, that’s not the end of its attributes.
It’s the strongest material in the world. And, the thinnest material. You can bend it, stretch it and, it’s transparent. Plus, it’s the best conductor of heat the best conductor of electricity. It can also work underwater.
You’ve possibly already seen it in use. Professional tennis players, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray play with racquets made from graphene composite.
The first sheet of graphene was created in 2004 but since then, 10 thousand patents worldwide using it have been registered. While commercial production is still up to 20 years away, there is no doubt, graphene is going to be at the heart of fascinating revolution.
Graphene – a 21st century discovery