Something similar to a T-3000 in Terminator Genisys but the machine phase matter was reverse engineered with graphene.
The simplest way to describe graphene for those who don’t know: its a single, thin layer of graphite — the soft, flaky material used in pencil lead. Graphite is an allotrope of the element carbon, meaning it possesses the same atoms but they’re arranged in a different way, giving the material different properties.
When graphene is isolated from graphite it takes on some miraculous properties. It is a mere one-atom thick, the first two-dimensional material ever discovered. Despite this, graphene is also one of the strongest materials in the known universe. With a tensile strength of 130 GPa (gigapascals), it is more than 100 times stronger than steel.
Graphene’s incredible strength despite being so thin is already enough to make it amazing, however, its unique properties do not end there. It is also flexible, transparent, highly conductive, and seemingly impermeable to most gases and liquids. It almost seems as though there is no area in which graphene does not excel.
Firstly from a fiction perspective what type of benefits would Terminators or cyborgs in general gain from Graphene and secondly what type of benefits would a mixture of graphene and nanotechnology have on humans?
I’ve heard some ideas elsewhere but would like to know as many ideas as possible. Even if you have to hover inbetween reality and fiction. Many inventions came from fiction.