Graphene is hydrophilic, not hydrophobic

Researchers have long thought that graphene, a unique form of carbon, repels water, a property known as being hydrophobic. However, a new study published in the journal Advanced Materials has revealed that graphene floating atop water actually attracts it, meaning graphene is actually ‘hydrophilic’.

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