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Scientists develop lightest solid material

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Scientists have developed a solid material so light it can be balanced atop the petals of a flower.

Researchers from Zhejiang university in Hangzhou, China, showed off their newly developed graphene aerogel by balancing a block of the stuff on a delicate cherry blossom.

The sponge-like matter is made of freeze-dried carbon and graphene oxide and is the lightest solid material in the world.

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I read the article, but I hope to hear more about it's characteristics, such as thermal, weight loading, etc...

Seems very visibly "dark" as opposed to aerogel. Not sure if that would mean anything though.

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