Known only as a theoretical structure for many years, recent breakthroughs in the isolation of graphene (a one-atom thick, two-dimensional sheet of carbon atoms) has led to an explosion of literature on its unique properties and potential applications. Research Trends investigates the massive growth in publications on graphene and how the field’s most prolific researchers migrated to it from closely related topics.
"Buckyballs, nanotubes and graphene: On the hunt for the next big thing,"
Research Trends: Vol. 1
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Available at: https://www.researchtrends.com/researchtrends/vol1/iss18/3