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Graphene is a unique material that many believe will lead to the next big revolution in the technology industry. Innovation that will affect so seriously the vision and capabilities of future mobile devices that will hardly have an analogue in the sector so far. The material in question was opened ten years ago and defined as the thinnest, strongest and most conductive material so far, which coincidentally Nobel Prize scientists have proven its existence.

To get a more detailed picture, we note that graphene is about a million times smaller than a sheet of paper and was created by a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal configuration. Many believe that it can replace silicon in future processors and hardware components, but so far there are still many problems that make production too slow and expensive. From now Samsung has confirmed that they have found an effective solution that can significantly accelerate the advent of graphene in the industry.

Representatives of the Korean giant together with scientists from Sungkyunkwan University have discovered how to overcome this crucial problem to start producing mass quantities of graphene components on the market. The most serious problem is related to how to use a compound of boron nitrate to create the necessary structure of four layers that isolate graphene and allows it to retain all its impressive features. If Samsung really have found an effective solution to this shortcoming, this means that we will soon see much thinner gadgets with flexible and even transparent displays that carry current times more efficient than current capabilities of mobile processors.

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