Laser evaluation in nanoproduction of products with graphene coating

Laser evaluation in nanoproduction of products with graphene coating

The other day I read in one of the scientific journals, and it turned out that some researchers found that the one-dimensional carbon sheets, known as graphene, have self-healing properties. In other words, when a hole is made in one of the leaves, the atoms come back together, where they can, almost immediately, redo this one-dimensional molecular structure of an atom of thickness. Hey, that’s a good trick, is not it? And since graphene can do this, it automatically makes a lot of sense for several coating applications. Okay, let’s talk about this for a second, right?

The fact that atoms work to reestablish and maintain this molecular structure does not mean that it will always be good for us if we cannot control this process in the nanotechnology of the material. It seems to me that we could use a laser scoring strategy to cut the vaccine very slowly and allow it to rejoin, resetting the exact values ​​as we go on the sheet. At the same time, each time it attracted him like a lightning bolt, keeping everything behind the blade in a denser and denser sequence, giving it structural strength, something like a retractable film, but on a nanometric scale.

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Should I use a laser for this?

 No, in fact, we can also use the same enzymes found in human blood to help dissolve carbon, and maybe we could put these enzymes through a tube like an injector made from carbon nanotubes or a cutting tool , only It would not be made of carbon nanotubes, some other elements that become a structure that looks like a stable molecular form. This will also be enough. Of course, it depends on what you work on. If the material behind the graphene coating can be damaged by a laser, then you cannot use a laser, you have to use something else.

Everything you use must be very precise, work under an electron microscope of a type using an artificial intelligent algorithm, so that the laser stays in line with the carbon bonds between the atoms, so that you can cut the required dimensions and tighten the graphene stock sheet in a molecule times Do you understand my point? If we can do this, as long as we can create graphical sheets, what I think we can do in the future, that strategy can work.


This would mean that we can use this material for almost anything, and it will have an external coating of excellent strength and a coating that will always self-cure before and during the production process. Wow In fact, I hope you, please, consider all this and think.