Graphene paint, just one atom thick, could power homes of the future

A new super-slim paint could power homes of the future.

Graphene paint, just one atom thick, could power homes of the future

Science Recorder | Delila James | Saturday, May 04, 2013

Scientists have found a way to use thin slices of graphene to convert solar energy to direct current electricity. The discovery could lead to a whole array of new applications, including a whole new method of creating a sustainable energy source to power buildings of the future. Graphene is a material made up of a single layer of carbon atoms arranged like a honeycomb... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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