Graphene Medicine

Graphene is an atomic thick and two dimensional materials which contain the single layer of carbon atoms arranged hexagonally (honey comb) crystal lattice. This is known as single layer graphene and bi-layer and multi-layer graphenes have also been synthesized in laboratories. Two researchers recently received the Nobel Prize in physics for their work in graphene in 2010 Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov at present, graphene is hottest topics in material science. Graphene exhibits in the thermal, electrical, mechanical and optical properties. The four grams of graphene sheet has the same surface area of a football field. It consists in inserting molecules to graphite by chemical treatment to modify the van der by chemical treatment to modify the van der Waals forces that hold the single monolayers Walls forces that hold the single monolayers of carbon together. Graphene Enables Both Disease Detection and Drug Delivery. Graphene is a 200 times stronger material than steel. Graphene is use in cancer treatment, birth control, genetic disease, neurological disorder, etc.

  • Graphene based nanomaterials
  • 2D materials
  • Applications of graphene in medicine
  • Gynecology

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