Contact: Scott Bunch
University of Colorado at Boulder
Caption: This is an artist's rendering of an array of pressurized graphene membranes. A CU-Boulder team recently discovered that graphene has surprisingly high adhesion properties, findings that may help lead to the development of new graphene-based mechanical devices like gas separation membranes.
Credit: Illustration courtesy Victor Tzen and Rex Tzen.
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