Graphene may herald the next auto material revolution

Graphene on the atomic level. The material is composed of a honeycomb of carbon atoms, arranged in a layer just one atom thick.

By Jeff Sanford Toronto, Ontario — July 23, 2015 — Much has been written about the current battle between high-strength steel and aluminum in the auto body mix. But looking deeper into the future there is another material being mentioned more frequently, graphene, that has strong advantages over either.  Graphene is nothing more than carbon. […]