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Graphene Chemistry

 Graphene is the only form of carbon in which each and every atom is available for chemical reaction from both sides because of its 2D structure and it is a two-dimensional form of crystalline carbon, in which single layer of carbon atoms will form a honeycomb lattice or honeycomb structure. Every atom will have a special chemical reaction at the edge of graphene sheet. Graphene materials are used in sensors and biosensors, in electrochemistry and chromatography. Graphene will helps in conducting electricity well because it has delocalized electrons that are free to move in nature. Chemical and electro chemical sensors containing graphene materials are useful devices for detecting some chemical and biochemical compounds. 

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