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"Scientists have created the thinnest material in the world and predict that it will revolutionise computing and medical research.
A layer of carbon has been manufactured in a film only one atom thick that defies the laws of physics. Placed in layers on top of each other it would take 200,000 membranes to reach high enough to match the thickness of a human hair.
The substance, graphene, was created two years ago but could be made only when stuck to another material. Researchers have now managed to manufacture it as a film suspended between the nanoscale bars of scaffolding made from gold.
A layer of carbon has been manufactured in a film only one atom thick that defies the laws of physics.
this is gonna be a revolution like fire was once to mankind..
But the discovery of a strain of mouse, the Murphy Roths Large (MRL), with remarkable regenerative capabilities has opened up the possibility that those properties could be transferred to other mammals.
and many more bonds... however, you can only join that one Hydrogen atom to one other atom, it cant bond to 2 or more atoms at the same time.
Anyhow, If I'm still not making sense don't worry, I have a hard time explaining my thoughts exactly.