La Quinta Columna is still looking for a study on the behavior of graphene when exposed to electromagnetic fields, the only study it needs to confirm all its findings on the role of this nanomaterial in neurocontrol.
Properties of Conductors and Semiconductors
But every study they find in their search is worthwhile, and today’s was no exception. The most interesting property of graphene has to do with its electrical conductivity. Graphene conducts electricity as well as copper: its electrical conductivity is 0.96-108 (Ω-m)-1, while copper’s is 0.60-108 (Ω-m)-1 and silicon’s is 4.5-10-4 (Ω-m)-1.
One way to classify materials according to their electrical conductivity is to divide them into insulators, conductors, and semiconductors. It turns out that graphene is none of the three, but has properties of conductors and semiconductors. From a structural perspective, the distribution of atomic planes in graphene provides an unobstructed path for electron flow.
Graphene has shown great potential for microwave absorption (MA) due to its large surface area, low density, tunable electrical conductivity, and good chemical stability. To fully exploit graphene and its MA capability, the microstructure of graphene needs to be carefully addressed.
They are still looking for a study on the behavior of graphene when exposed to EMF fields in vivo, the only study they need to confirm all their findings on the role of this nanomaterial in neurocontrol. But every study they come across in their search is worthwhile, and today’s was no exception.
“Depending on the three-dimensional structure of the graphene, it has one absorption band or another.
In addition, the low filling ratio and low density are advantageous for practical applications. Without the admixture of magnetic materials or conductive polymers, Gmfs show excellent MA performance using rational microstructure design.
In addition, compared to other porous graphene materials, including aerogels and foams, Gmfs exhibit advantages in ease of processability and large-scale fabrication.”
And you’ve noticed, huh? “Tunable electrical conductivity.
It becomes More and More Conductive and Starts to Oxidize
So depending on the signal wave, it becomes more or less conductive. So you can have it perfectly in your body. If you don’t expose it to waves it shouldn’t get, graphene doesn’t conduct or barely conducts. But whenever you want, expose it to those waves, and it goes crazy.
It becomes more and more conductive. That means it will start to oxidize. That’s almost certain. Automatically. It means it’s starting to destroy. It means it can adjust its conductive capabilities. It means it can do damage or not, depending on what you want.
They are the ones who say that. We are not saying it here.