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An overview of current research trends on graphene and it’s applications

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Graphene is no doubt called a wonder-material due to its outstanding superlative traits. It has its application near about in every field. Its properties are extraordinary and different from any day-to-day material. Albeit bearing such qualities, its structure is rather simple than most individuals cerebrate of. It has a thickness of an atom. It is a two-dimensional carbon arranged in a honeycomb crystal structure. It could transmute the way we view, in numerous fields of science. Its applications can be an asset to a greener environment for which Graphene engineered cement/concrete composites have an immense potential in the present times when sustainable construction materials are the need of the hour. Graphene can act as a good adsorbent for pollutant abstraction due to its high surface area. Either alone or in coalescence with different materials, it very well may be used for the debasement or deliberation of a sizably voluminous assortment of contaminants through a few strategies. Incipient heights can be achieved as the list of operations for graphene is virtually illimitable. Utilization of graphene in the coming years will give inundating difference to current technologies. This paper fixates on the applications and developments of Graphene in fields like Electronics, Batteries, Filtration, Medicine, Construction, and Composites.
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  • Dept of Mechanical Engg, Government College of Engineering, Keonjhar, 758002, India
  • VSSUT, Dept of Civil Engg, VSSUT, Burla, 768018, India
  • Dept of Civil Engg, Government College of Engineering, Keonjhar, 758002, India
  • Dept of Environment and Sustainability, CSIR-IMMT, Bhubaneswar, 751013, India
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