Superconductors are composed of materials that facilitate electrical flow or the flow of electrons from one atom to another with zero levels of resistance. Traditional materials such as copper and steel do not possess the molecular structure to facilitate such flow efficiencies and have therefore been replaced with more efficient materials.

Graphene optimized conductivity

The properties of graphene dictate that superconductivity can be significantly optimized to the benefit of numerous applications. As a non-metallic substance, graphene has zero magnetic attraction and is therefore a leading candidate to enhance the performance of medical applications such as MRI machinery.

Other sectors poised to benefit from the superconductivity of graphene enhanced technologies include power utilities, electronic application development, military and defense as well as vehicles and transportation.