That’s quite something. And it also has some very real and plausible applications. Magnetism lies at the heart of a lot of digital storage, and graphene could provide a bomb-proof material to make such devices from, or it could be used to create robust, nano-size magnetic sensors.
Is graphene the super “clean” material we need to help stem climate change? where do we put it? Is this more toxic than current alternatives if disposed of in the worst possible way? (Because as human beings have gone that’s what can we expect)