Let’s say I have a sheet of 1 atom thick graphene. If I press my finger down on it’s edge does it cut right through my finger?
I’d elaborate, but I think the question (as a hypothetical) stands on it’s own.
A sheet of 1 atom thick graphene is secured in a device vertically. Downward force is applied in the same way a finger presses a button.
Some physics and perhaps chemistry would dictate what happens, right?