Physicists discover a “family” of robust, superconducting graphene structures | MIT News

When it comes to graphene, superconductivity runs in the family. Graphene is a one-atom-thin material that can be exfoliated from the same graphite found in pencil. The ultra-thin material is made entirely of carbon atoms arranged in a simple hexagonal pattern, similar to that of chicken wire. Since its isolation in 2004, graphene in its …

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