Circle Graphs are used to compare the parts of a whole. Circle graphs represent data visually in the same proportion as the numerical data in a table: The area of each sector in a circle graph is in the same proportion to the whole circle as each item is to the total value in the table. Constructing an accurate circle graph is difficult to do without a computer. This is because you must first find each part of the whole through several elaborate calculations and then use a protractor to draw each angle. This leaves a lot of room for human error. Circle graphs are best used for displaying data when there are no more than five or six sectors, and when the values of each sector are different. Otherwise they can be difficult to read and understand.
At the basis of our innovation value there is a special graphene suspension, which represents GNext core product. This suspension can be applied onto a wide range of materials, . polymers, ceramics, metals, etc., creating a conducting semitransparent film of thickness as low as 10 nm.
The suspension is water-based and its application can be done using existing technologies. Once deposited on the target surface, it forms conductive films with a sheet resistance below 1 KΩ/sq at 60% light transmission (as measured at 550 nm wavelength).
First, however, there are two common misconceptions to dispel. Your thesis is
not an introduction. An introductory paragraph starts with a "hook," which leads into the thesis. You do need an introduction as well as a thesis. Second, a simple restatement of your thesis is not a conclusion. To create that satisfying sense of finality in your conclusion, you must revisit the stuff of your introduction. If you start with a story, return to the story. If you start with a definition, return to the definition, even if only to contradict it.