Graphene Properties and Graphene Uses
Since the beginning of this year, people around the world have felt the pressure of rising prices. Not only the rise in oil prices but also different industries have seen soaring prices. According to the latest data, from August 2021 to the present, the inflation rate in the United States has risen for 6 consecutive months, and this data has soared from the previous 5.3% to 7.9% today. Inflation in the United States, the global Many countries have been affected.
According to experts' forecasts, the inflation rate in the United States may exceed 10% this year, which will face the danger of collapse, which has a great impact on global inflation, including graphene.
Graphene is a two-dimensional crystal, which consists of carbon atoms with sp2 hybrid orbitals to form two-dimensional carbon nanomaterials with hexagonal honeycomb lattice.
Graphene has excellent optical, electrical and mechanical properties, and has important application prospects in material science, micro-nano processing, energy, biomedicine and drug delivery, and is considered to be a revolutionary material in the future.
Graphene is currently the thinnest but hardest nanomaterial in the world. It is almost completely transparent, absorbing only 2.3% of the light. The thermal conductivity is as high as 5300 W / m ·K, which is higher than carbon nanotube and diamond, harder than diamond, 100 times higher than the best steel in the world, its electron mobility is more than 15000 cm2/ V ·s at room temperature, and higher than carbon nanotube or silicon crystal (monocrystalline silicon). Its resistivity is only about 10-6 Ω cm, which is lower than copper or silver, making it the lowest resistivity material in the world.
Because of its extremely low resistivity and fast movement of electrons, it is expected to be used to develop a new generation of electronic components or transistors that are thinner and conduct faster. Because graphene is essentially a transparent and good conductor, it is also suitable for making transparent touch screens, light panels, and even solar cells.
Graphene can be used in a wide range of applications, from electronics to bulletproof vests and papermaking, and even future space elevators can use graphene as raw materials.
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Southern Copper Corp (SCCO.N) recently said its Peruvian mine remained closed after a six-week standoff with protesters and blamed the Peruvian government for failing to intervene in the safety of its 1,300 workers and their families.
The company said in a statement that a recent agreement to end protests at the Cuajone mine required the company to withdraw complaints against protest leaders because railways transporting minerals and supplies remained blocked. Production has been suspended since the end of February.
Peru's Energy Ministry said in a separate statement that it had also reached an agreement with Southern Copper to start talks to find common ground with local communities.
"If we shut down for a year, the government will stop receiving more than 3.1 billion soles ($830 million) in taxes and royalties, and 8,000 direct and indirect jobs will be lost. This is what we want to avoid, "Southern Copper added in the statement.
Peru has faced a wave of protests from indigenous communities, who accuse mining companies of not providing enough jobs and funding to poor local residents.
Central bank officials said last week that protests against copper mines such as MMG's Las Bambas and Southern Copper's Cuajone were dragging down the economy.
Peru is the world's second-largest copper producer and mining is an important source of tax revenue for the country. It is estimated that the supply and prices of the graphene will be influenced by that.