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+ - Graphene is there anything it can't do.->

Dr Max writes: So now not only is graphene the strongest, thinnest and best conducting material known to man. It is now shown to have superpermeability with respect to water as well. This allows the graphene to pass water straight through it like nothing was there while another atom or molecule (even helium) gets blocked. http://www.gizmag.com/graphene-superpermeable-to-water/21240/
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