While the relatively flawless overall coating was what the scientists had been hoping for, they were surprised to discover that the deposition process also corrected flaws already present in the individual flakes. This was likely due to the fact that the "imperfect" graphene was forced to stretch out in all directions as it hit the substrate at supersonic speed, its linked carbon atoms subsequently defaulting back to a more uniform, hexagonal alignment with one another.
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