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Supernatural Powers Of Graphene’s Lies In Its Imperfection
Graphene structure is going to receive a new dimension altogether. The researchers from the New York University Tandon School of Engineering and NYU Center for Neural Science have recently found a technique of building ultra-small, ultra-sensitive electrochemical sensors with homogenous and humdrum properties which are by engineering graphene structure on an atomic level. The biological cell-like translucently tuned electrochemical sensors are of great value to environmental monitoring systems and medical diagnostics. The development of the nanoengineered carbon-based electrodes is soaring as it provides thermal, unmatched electronic, and mechanical properties.