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Graphene nanomaterial is a carbon two-dimensional material composed of hexagonal carbon atoms. It has a honeycomb pattern. Purity>99%
Single layer ratio: 97%

What is graphene?
Graphene a monolayer atom of carbon that is tightly bound to a hexagonal honeycomb structure. It is an allotrope carbon in the form sp2-bonded, atom plane. The molecular bonds length is 0.142nm. Graphite can be formed by stacking graphene layers. The distance between crystal planes of graphite is 0.335 nm.
Graphene Strongest Material: This material has a strength 100 times higher than that of steel with the same thickness.

Graphene Discovery Andre Geim & Konstantin Novoselov rediscovered Graphene in Manchester, UK, in 2004. They separated it and studied it. In 2010, Heim, Novoselov and their groundbreaking experiment with graphene in two dimensions won them the Nobel Prize in Physics.

What is the difference between graphene graphite?
No. Graphite has a number of carbon sheets whereas graphene only has one carbon sheet.

The two-dimensional graphene material is made of carbonaceous materials. Graphene exhibits excellent electrical, mechanical and thermal properties.

Our Company produced a single layer graphene whose surface area was 500 1200m2/g.

single layer graphene
single layer graphene Purity: >99.3wt%
single layer graphene single layer ratio: 97%
Single layer graphene Thickness : 0.55nm-1.2nm
single layer graphene Diameter: 1mm – 12mm
Surface Specification: 500-1200m2/g
single layer graphene Color: Black
single layer graphene Conductivity: 1000-1500 S/M
The product COA is C=99.6% and O0.4%

About Single and Multi-Layer Graphene powder
The new material is composed of carbon molecules tightly packed together in a honeycomb-like two-dimensional structure. Graphene Material exhibits excellent optical, mechanical, electrical properties. This material has numerous applications, including materials science, energy production, biomedical delivery and drug development.

What exactly is graphene monolayer?
Graphene consists of a single layer of carbon atoms that are tightly bound together in a hexagonal honeycomb-like lattice. It is an allotrope in the form a plane of sp2-bonded carbon atoms, with a molecular-bond length of 0.142 Nanometres. Single-layer Graphene describes a carbon material that is two-dimensional and consists of a layer consisting of carbon atoms packed in a benzene ring-like structure.

What is graphene with a few-layer structure?
The graphene material (few layer) is a two-dimensional material made of three to 10 layers of carbon atoms in a benzene-ring structure. hexagonal honeycomb structure) in different stacking ways (including ABC stacking, ABA stacking, etc. ).

Multi-layer graphene
Multilayer Graphene (also known as multilayer graphene) is a carbon material with a two dimensional structure composed of a hexagonal honeycomb-like structure of benzene rings. The graphene has a thickness greater than 10 layers, but less than 10nm, and its carbon atoms are stacked closely and periodically in various stacking methods (such as ABC stacking or ABA stacking). ).
Single-layer graphene, a material with high performance that is capable of replacing outdated technology in countless industries, has been developed. Graphene has a very low density, is durable and can conduct a high level of electricity in very small quantities. The graphene can be used for medical devices, solar cell technology, small electrical circuits, and sockets. Many industry leaders are using graphene because of its flexibility to guarantee the safety of various devices, without compromising efficiency. Single-layer Graphene has been proven to be an economical and energy efficient resource.
ACS materials are available as dispersed or powdered single-layer Graphene. The production of single-layer powders is achieved by combining hydrogen reduction with thermal peeling. Our own mechanical stripping methods and dispersion were used to create the monolayer graphene. The products contain no metal ions and are conductive agents that can improve the battery’s high rate of charging and discharging. One-layer graphene and dispersants can be used for batteries, supercapacitors (lead-acid batteries), solar cells and semiconductor chips. They are also found in graphene films and coatings.

Graphene for sale:
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Graphene is made up of hexagonal honeycomb-like layers of carbon. Chemical vapor deposition graphene or films are polycrystalline. Multiple small graphene regions grow and merge into a continuous sheet. Comparing to single-layers graphene, less layers can develop into heterostructures or materials by inserting other substances into the layered structure.

Graphene manufacturing
The four most common methods used to produce graphene powder include the REDOX, SiC epitaxial, and Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD).
Hummer method was used to prepare GO. The most common preparation methods produce graphene that is denser and tends towards aggregate. The graphene clumps that result are not soluble in water, or any other polar solvents. They cannot be dispersed and further treatment is difficult. Our dispersible, re-dispersible graphene can avoid this problem.

Graphene Single Layer and Multilayer
Industrialized applications of graphene are accelerating due to the breakthroughs in mass production and the solution of large-size problems. Based on existing research results the first commercial fields that may achieve application are mobile devices. aerospace and new energy batteries. Due to their unique combination electronic, mechanical, and optical properties, graphene nanomaterials are used in energy generation and storage. These materials are also used in research and development, as well as new energy batteries and transistors.
Graphene is a hot topic in research and applications. Graphene is widely used as a material for electrodes in batteries, display screens transparent, sensors, transistors, capacitors, semiconductors, etc. Due to graphene’s excellent performance and application potential, many important advancements have been made across a wide range of fields, including chemistry and materials, physics, biology and energy. Researchers are experimenting with different methods across different fields in order to produce high quality, large-area materials of graphene. By continuously optimizing and improving the preparation of graphene and its material properties, the cost of preparation can be reduced, allowing for its wider use and gradual industrialization.

Condition of Graphene Particles in Storage:
The graphene can be affected by dampness, so it is important to store the powder in a dry and cool room. In addition, graphene powder must not be exposed to stress.

Shipping & Packing of Graphene Powder:
We offer a variety of different packings depending on the quantity of graphene.
Graphene Powder Packaging: Vacuum packed, 100g,500g or 1kg/bag or 25kg/barrel or as per your request.
Graphene powder shipment: can be sent out via air, sea or express as quickly as possible after payment receipt.

Technology Co. Ltd., () is an established global chemical material manufacturer and supplier with over 12 years’ experience in the production of high-quality nanomaterials. These include boride powders, nitride particles, graphite particles, sulfide particles, 3D-printing powders, etc.
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Graphene Powder Properties

Alternative Names Graphene nanopowder, 2D carbon, monolayer graphene,
bilayer graphene, graphene nanosheets, graphene nanoribbons,
graphene nanoplatelet
CAS Number 1034343-98-0
Compound Formula C
Molecular Mass 12.01
Appearance Black Powder
Melting Point 3652-3697
Boiling Point 4200
Density 2.267 g/cm3
Solubility In H2O N/A
Thermal Expander N/A

Graphene Powder Health & Safety Information

Sign Word N/A
Hazard Statements N/A
Hazard Codes N/A
Risk Codes N/A
Safety Declarations N/A
Transport Information N/A
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