Silicine Might Be The New Graphene Standard
Tuesday, 29 March 2011
When graphene was recently discovered, this particular material offers researchers extended possibilities in redefining consumer electronics. And just when things are starting to heat up on graphene, apparently, researchers are now moving to a more advanced version of graphene, called silicine.

Generally, silicine consists of graphene that is constructed out of silicon. Although the material will not naturally align itself to form a honeycomb shape, researchers have found a way to manipulate the formation through the application of silver and ceramic compound. Generally, silicone provides better computing compatibility, which can redefine further electronics.

Silicine Might Be The New Graphene Standard

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