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One atom thick, graphene is the thinnest material known and may be the strongest.

Credit: Chad Hagen

Until Andre Geim, a physics professor at the University of Manchester, discovered an unusual new material called graphene, he was best known for an experiment in which he used electromagnets to levitate a frog.

From The New Yorker
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