Graphene properties

Since its’ initial production back in 2004, hundreds of innovative applications have been developed for Graphene.

The Graphene Flagship is a body supported by the European Union promoting graphene innovation from the laboratory and research to commercial and industrial applications.

Graphene is the thinnest material in the world. For illustration-sake, its thickness is one millionth the thickness of a human hair.

Graphene’s unique properties can be viewed at this link on the Graphene Flagship website.

Graphene is stronger than steel or diamond. Its considerable light weight facilitates the  design of exceptionally robust vehicles and aircraft with relatively low weight, thus, potentially, saving energy costs and air pollution. In addition, Graphene is flexible and transparent, so it can be used in flexible electronic screens, wearable computing devices and other diverse applications.According to the forecast of Research and Markets, the Graphene market is expected to reach $ 1.4 billion by 2025.