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Demonstration of the amazing thermal properties of graphene

Demonstration of the amazing thermal properties of graphene

(1:23) TCPG (Thermal Conductive Pyrolytic Graphite), or graphene, transfers heat 12x higher than copper. This demonstration shows graphene 'melting' through ice.

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Guest: (1861 days ago)
That's not graphene. Graphene is a single sheet of graphite - i.e. one atom thick. LINK
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That's not graphene. Graphene is a single sheet of graphite - i.e. one atom thick. LINK
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London1 London1 (1861 days ago)
Useless prick with the camera.
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Useless prick with the camera.
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Guest: iknowlessthanyoudo (1861 days ago)
Latest comment: Let's cut through the ice shall we.
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Latest comment: Let's cut through the ice shall we.
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