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The Second Industrial Revolution is at hand. Advanced new materials—such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, and transparent aluminum—promise to change the world with their near-miraculous properties. Here’s a roundup of the most important super materials of tomorrow.
Graphene has been hailed as a miracle material, capable of revolutionizing electric car batteries, robotic skin, and even water desalination. But what is it, and why hasn’t it changed the world yet?
Want a limitless supply of energy? We know where it is, and graphene could help us get to it.
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