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  • noun physics A partially hydrogenated form of graphene that is ferromagnetic
  • noun linguistics A combination of grapheme and phoneme


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  • They used theoretical computer modeling to design the new material they called graphone, which is derived from an existing material known as graphene. News Feed 2009

  • Newly-developed 'graphone' makes spintronic devices closer than ever

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine 2010

  • The resulting ferromagnetic graphone sheet will have unprecedented possibilities for the applications of graphene-based materials, "said Qiang Sun, research associate professor with the VCU team. News Feed 2009


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