The material was called diamine, consisting of two layers of graphene on a silicon carbide substrate. has the ease and flexibility commensurate with the background With a sudden sharp mechanical action at room temperature, it acquires an “extra-diamond” strength.
The idea of creating diamine belongs to Associate Angelo Bonniorno, who developed a computer model of a material consisting of two sheets of correctly aligned graphene, and Eliza Rideau and her colleagues embodied his idea in practice.
It is interesting that the effect of solidification occurs only in the case of two graphene sheets. Previously, scientists at Rice University were successful in creating their own microboulet material, consisting of 300 layers.