Graphene is the name for a puncture sheet of carbon atoms. It is the building intercept for other graphitic materials. Harder than diamond yet more elastic than rubber;tougher than steel yet lighter than aluminium. Graphene is the substantial known material. To put this in relativity: if a sheet of cling film (like kitchen wrap film) had the same toughness as a pristine monolayer of graphene, it would require the force utilize by a mass of 2000 kg, or a large car, to puncture it with a pencil.
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