anders at aleph.se
Fri Jul 27 23:51:16 UTC 2012
On 27/07/2012 23:59, Jeff Davis wrote:
> I couldn't extract a compressive strength from the information in the
> article. Help, anyone?
has a graphene structure with compressive strength of 361 MPa.
However, according to http://www.zeitnews.org/node/2449 (which discusses
a folded form that has even higher compressive strength) the compressive
strength of "real" graphene is less than 2 GPa. "As is well known,
graphene can't withstand any compression," one researcher says - but
that is presumably a unidirectional compression rather than an uniform one.
Future of Humanity Institute
Oxford Martin School
Faculty of Philosophy
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