The Graphene explained to my children

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Corriere della Sera – March 30, 2018 – Intervista a Vittorio Pellegrini.

“Both the school and the experience have accostumed us to considerthe three spatial dimensions as the minimum limit of reality. Yet today we live with the paradox of new two-dimensional materials while scientists are looking for point-like ones. Here’s how to unveil this puzzle to children and, as always, to adults…”


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