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Tensile strength: 130 GPa 
Young's modulus: 1 TPa 
Tension rigidity: 340 GPa·nm 
Surface tension: 54.8 mN/m8
Flexural rigidity: 3.18 GPa·nm3 
Thermal conductivity: 2-4 kW·m-1K-1 (freely suspended graphene)
Distance between adjacent layers of graphene in graphite: 3.4 Å 
Burn temperature: 350 °C (662 °F) 
Specific surface area: 1168 m2·g-1 
Electrical propertiesBand gap: 0 eV (in sheet graphene) 
Band gap: ~3.8 eV (in graphene ribbons) 
Electron mobility: ~200,000 cm2·V-1·s-1 (intrinsic limit) 
Electron mobility: ~40,000 cm2·V-1·s-1 (on SiO2 substrate) 
Carrier density: 1012 cm-2 7
Free path for electron-acoustic phonon scattering: >2 μm 7
Optical propertiesWhite light absorption: 2.3 % 
White light transmission: 97.7 %
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 - Eftekhari et al., Curly graphene with Specious Interlayers Displaying Superior Capacity for Hydrogen Storage
 - Pop et al., Thermal properties of graphene: Fundamentals and applications
 - Bunch, Mechanical and electrical properties of graphene sheets
 - Apell et al., High optical absorption in graphene
 - Castro Neto et al., The electronic properties of graphene
 - Chen et al., "Intrinsic and extrinsic performance limits of graphene devices on SiO2", Nature Nanotechnology, vol. 3, pp. 206-209, 2008.
 - S. J. Woltornist et al., "Conductive Thin Films of Pristine Graphene by Solvent Interface Trapping"
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Author: Nebojsa Mrmak