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Graphene Use in Mobile Technology

Graphene is a carbon-based material that is stronger than steel and extremely thin. Scientists are still trying to figure out how to economically produce large quantities of graphene. Once it is cheap to produce graphene it can be used to create cell phones almost as thin as paper and yet still very strong. Right now graphene is being used to create flexible solar panels to cover the outside of buildings, but scientists hope to use the product in cell phones in the near future.

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