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Graphene Used To Create More Pleasurable Condoms, University of Manchester Study



11/21/2013 6:19:51 AM

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A super-material that won its creators a Nobel Prize is to be used to create stronger and thinner condoms. Scientists at the University of Manchester are developing a new composite material using graphene and latex for use in condoms. They believe using graphene, which is a single atom thick form of carbon, will allow the contraceptives thinner, stronger and safer.

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