How graphene might revolutionize industry beyond semiconductors

An article mentions that researchers from Rice and Lomonosov Moscow State University discovered that graphene oxide can remove radioactive material from contaminated water.

You've probably heard of graphene, the carbon-based material that is vital to the development of quantum computing.

But did you know that it has other applications? Beyond the world of semiconductors, graphene, and its cylindrical guise of Carbon Nano-tubes (CNT) have proven valuable in fabrication industries.

Graphene has even been used to clean up environmental disasters and has military applications.

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