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Graphene is a two-dimensional material made up of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice. The unique properties of 2D materials allow development of solutions which present unique market opportunities. We specialize in the production of pure graphene flakes, graphene flakes suspensions and graphene flakes powders.
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Pure graphene is characterized by its superior electrical, thermal, and mechanical properties, making it an ideal material for a wide range of applications, from advanced electronics to aerospace engineering.
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Graphene 2D Materials
Strength, Flexibility, and Unmatched Performance!
Graphene is a two-dimensional nanomaterial composed of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice. 2D materials are a group of nanomaterials, in which one of their dimensions (in this case the thickness) has been reduced to a few nanometers. Their lateral dimensions can be orders of magnitude larger and easily reach diameters of a few micrometers (μm) or even tens of micrometers. Some methods enable production of laterally large graphene sheets, while maintaining nanometer scale thickness. Such flakes side dimensions can reach the length or width of millimeters (mm)
Some characteristics of 2D graphene materials:
High electrical conductivity
Graphene has excellent electrical conductivity, which makes it useful in a wide range of electronic applications.
Minimum thickness of graphene
Graphene is a 2D material that is just one atom thick, which makes it incredibly thin and lightweight.
High mechanical strength
Despite its thinness, graphene is incredibly strong, with a tensile strength that is 100 times greater than steel.
High thermal conductivity
Graphene is also an excellent thermal conductor, which makes it useful in applications that require heat dissipation.
Graphene is highly flexible and can be bent, twisted, or folded without losing its strength or properties.
Graphene is also highly transparent. 97.7% of incident light can be transmitted through a graphene monolayer, which makes it useful in applications such as touchscreens,...
Graphene is highly resistant to chemical reactions and can withstand exposure to a wide range of chemicals and acids.
Graphene has a very low friction coefficient, which means it can be used as a lubricant or wear-resistant coating
Graphene is biocompatible, which means it can be used in biomedical applications such as drug delivery and tissue engineering.
Different types of graphene
The power of pure graphene - stronger, lighter, and more versatile than ever
Graphene is a remarkable material that has captured the attention of scientists and engineers worldwide due to its unique properties and potential applications. It is a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal lattice, which makes it the thinnest material known to mankind, yet also one of the strongest and most conductive. There are different types of graphene, each with distinct structural and electronic properties that give rise to different behaviors and potential applications.
While the fundamental building block of graphene – the honeycomb lattice – remains the same, graphene comes in many forms. Depending on the method of production, graphene can have varying number of layers, different functional groups and lateral size, etc., which as a result can influence its properties.
Let’s explore some of the different types of graphene and their properties, from pristine graphene to modified and functionalized graphene derivatives.
Here are some types of graphene:
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We are a European producer of graphene flakes
Unlock the potential of pure graphene - revolutionize industries, change the world!
In recent years, graphene has emerged as a highly sought-after material due to its remarkable properties and potential applications in a wide range of industrial applications, from electronics and energy to aerospace and biomedical sectors. As a result, the demand for high-quality graphene has been growing rapidly, and many companies around the world are investing in graphene production and research. In this context, we are proud to introduce ourselves as a European producer of graphene flakes, dedicated to delivering high-quality graphene products that meet the needs and expectations of our customers. Our expertise and state-of-the-art facilities allow us to produce graphene flakes with exceptional quality and consistency, opening up exciting opportunities for innovation and collaboration across different sectors. In the following paragraphs, we will provide more details about our company and the graphene products we offer, as well as the benefits and potential applications of our graphene flakes.
We specialize in the production of graphene flakes
Graphene is one of the most well-known 2D materials. It can be produced in form of large-scale sheets or tiny flakes, while maintaining the nm scale thickness. Graphene in the form of flakes is used nowadays in a numerous applications. Some of them include:
At nanoEMI we produce graphene flakes that are defined at the market by two key factors:
Are you wondering why among all types of graphene, graphene flakes are the most promising 2D material?
Graphene flakes are one of the most promising types of 2D materials due to their unique properties and potential applications. Graphene flakes are very thin, flat, flexible and lightweight, making them ideal for use in a wide range of applications, especially those, where mechanical durability and limited weight is needed. Additionally, graphene flakes have excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, making them ideal for use in high-performance electronics and energy storage applications. Furthermore, graphene flakes are easier and less expensive to produce than other types of graphene, making them a more accessible option for researchers and manufacturers. Finally, graphene flakes can be easily functionalized or modified to tailor their properties for specific applications. All of these factors contribute to the high potential of graphene flakes as a 2D material for future technological advancements.