Extremely thin graphene films can make copper almost 100 times more resistant to corrosion, research shows.
“We have obtained one of the best improvements that have been reported so far,” says study co-author Mainak Majumder. “At this point we are almost 100 times better than untreated copper. Other people are maybe five or six times better, so it’s a pretty big jump.”
“I call it a magic material,” says Monash University researcher Parama Banerjee.
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