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Graphene has shown to have superior properties that range from mechanical to electronic. Some scientists suggest that graphene's full potential is in unique applications that are designed to work with graphene instead of replacing a traditional material such as silicon.

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Graphene Material Discoveries

Researching two-dimensional materials and their heterostructures, offers the potential for amazing scientific discoveries and the promise of real-world uses that does not require new tooling.
Graphene is lightweight, stiff, and strong. In fact, it’s one of the strongest materials known to man. Graphene properties have many uses including making incredibly strong composite materials such as mixing graphene with plastics that have incredible strength per unit of mass.

Graphene Coating on Silicon Wafers

We are investigating the use of graphene coating on silicon wafers to facilitate the absorption and conversion of light into photovoltaics in the next generation of silicon solar cells. Ultimately, the efficiency of silicon PV cells could be up to 1300%. In order to coat the graphene coatings, they can be dissolved from the substrate with the help of a thin film of water.

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Graphene Materials Inventory

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Monolayer Graphene on SiO2/Silicon (Si)

monolayer graphene on sio2 siliconUniversityWafer, Inc’s monolayer graphene (SIO-2-4) substrates is produced by the Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) process a two-dimensional (2D) material by a wet transfer to a circular wafer. The CVD method has been used to grow a single layer of graphene. We transfer the Copper (Cu) onto the silicon’s wafer surface using the wet transfer process.


Monolayer Graphene on Your (Any) Substrate

suspended monolayer graphene on cavityFrom glass to silicon to glass, we can deposit graphene monolayer onto it using the Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD).

Suspended Monolayer Graphene on Cavities

suspended monolayer graphene on cavitiesGraphene in electronics have superior properties to traditional materials. Graphene will be light and stiff. Suspended graphene membranes have can be used optomechanical systems including NEMs. Suspended graphene nanocavities are driven by two horizontal Fabry-Perot cavities and one vertical Fabry-Perot cavity to exploit the standing wave properties of plasmonic resonance.

Monolayer Graphene on Copper (Cu)

Growing monolayer graphene on Copper (Cu) thin films or Silicon (Si) Wafers works great for the production of massive direct graphene components. Researchers have demonstrated metal-based peeling processing the transfer of monolayers of graphene structures onto copper foil without destroying the base wafer.

Why copper foil? Cu is used for CVD growth because it enables production of large area single-layer graphene.

Monolayer Graphene on Cu (100mm)

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Monolayer Graphene on Copper (Cu) (25.4mm x 25.4mm)

one inch monolayer graphene on copper


Monolayer Graphene on Cu (12mm Dia) Pack 4 Units

monolayer graphene on copper cu 12mm diameter


Monolayer Graphene on Cu (10mm x 10mm) Pack 4 Units

monolayer graphene on copper 10mm x 10mm


Monolayer Graphene on Cu with PMMA Coating (10 mm x 10 mm) - Pack 4 units

monolayer graphene on cu pmma coating 10mm x 10mm


Monolayer Graphene on Cu with PMMA Coating (25.4mm x 25.4mm)

monolayer graphene on copper pmma coating 25.4mm


Monolayer Graphene on Cu with PMMA Coating (12 mm Circular) - Pack 4 units

monolayer graphene on copper 12mm diameter



Trilayer Graphene on SiO2/Silicon

trilayer graphene High-quality and uniform graphene films are applied to dielectric substrates to realize large-scale applications of graphene in electronics. The results here make off-axis substrates (Silicon Carbide SiC 0001 ) a good candidate for large-area trilayer graphene producing with favorable amber-splitting. 

Graphene Oxide

Graphene oxide is one of the most popular 2D materials available and a fascinating nanomaterial that is huge. It is a widely dispersed solution that is bound to aqueous solvents and has useful properties and a wide range of applications in electronics, sensors and optics. Groups of water molecules move through hydrophilic solutions in this way. This forces flakes to form the outer layers of the fibre pack, creating a kind of skin. 


Graphene Oxide (4 mg/mL, Water Dispersion 5000 mL)

graphene oxide 5000 mL


Graphene Oxide (4mg/mL, Water Dispersion 1000ML)

graphene oxide water dispersion 1000 ml

Graphene Oxide (4mg/mL, Water Dispersion 2500ML)

graphene oxide water dispersion



Graphene Oxide (0.5 mg/mL, Water Dispersion 250mL)

graphene water dispersionAmong other materials in the graphene family, graphene oxide (GO) and its reduced form (reduced graphene oxide or RGO) are of particular interest due to their high surface area, solubility in a variety of solvents, including water and aqueous solutions, and a variety of surface functionalization options for biomedical applications

Reduced Graphene Oxide (1 Gram)

reduced grapheneThe reduction of graphene oxide (simultaneous peeling or reduction of graphite oxide) is considered the most promising for the large-scale production of graphene and is referred to as reduced graphene oxide or RGO. RGO is a form of graphene with similar properties to graphene, but with good conductor properties. There are several ways to reduce RGO that are inexpensive and simple. It is popular and attractive as an effective and cost-effective method for those who want to manufacture graphene-related materials such as RGO. The reduction of graphene oxide has proven to be of high quality, as it is practically identical to untouched graphene.

A partial reduction can be achieved by treating suspended graphene oxide with Hydrozine Hydrazine for 24 hours at 100 degrees Celsius, by exposing it for a few seconds to hydrogen plasma or by exposing graphene oxide to strong light pulses like xenon flashes. Thermal reduction produces a higher degree of reduction than chemical processes, which leads to higher electrical conductivity. The RGO with strong reduction contains residual oxygen and structural defects caused by chemical oxidation and synthesis of the reducing agents and can be synthesized from inorganic substances such as NAB or organic substances such as phenylhydrazine hydrates and hydroxylamines.

Graphite oxide has aroused great interest as a possible way of producing and manipulating graphene, a material with exceptional electronic properties, on a large scale. Graphite oxide contains flakes or monolayers of several layers of graphene that are interspersed with water platelets and platelet interactions, depending on the carrier medium, thereby reducing surface functionality and improving hydrophilia. The associated high temperatures can lead to damage to individual flakes, a break-down of flakes and the introduction of defects in the structure. 

Reduced Graphene Oxide (1 Gram)

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Monolayer Graphene on PET (10mm x 10mm) Pack 4 units

monolayer graphene on pet 10mm x 10mmResearchers are using high-purity monolayer graphene for Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) as a growth substrate. Large graphene structures can be cultivated in copper foil for thermal chemical vapour separation and transferred to Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) by means of hot-pressed lamination. We have high-quality graphene monolayers (PET coated) available for immediate shipment.

Monolayer Graphene on PET (100mm Wafer)

monolayer graphene pet 100mm

The production of monolayer large area graphene and wrinkle-free multilayer graphene films, which are transferred to glass substrates, is carried out with graphene sheets, as shown in Fig. High-quality graphene foil monolayers are applied to copper foil by means of chemical vapour deposition (CVD). Similar to other graphene foil products, including single layer graphene foils (Figure 3) manufactured using CVD deposits on round substrates, PET measures a thickness of 1.75 mm during the wet transfer process.  Show Source Texts

Based on the CVD method, many large-format monolayer graphs can be produced by fixing and transferring the multi-layer graphene film onto the TI adhesive layer. Figure 4 shows schematic structure of the graphene monolayers prepared and multilayers of graphene foils transferred to the TI glass substrate. Raman spectra of the bare top of graphene were observed when it was detached from the substrate and attached to graphene foil after transfer to the substrate. We assume that the interacting oxygen in the substrate forms a strong O-chemical bond, taking advantage of the concept of transferring wrinkle-free graphene films to different functional substrates by introducing a TI adhesive layer. With this method, high-quality graphene products can be synthesized, resulting in monlayer-graphene coverage of up to 90%.

Monolayer Graphene on PET (25mm x 25mm)

monolayer graphene pet 25mm x 25mmToday, manufacturers are developing high-purity monolayer graphene for chemical vapor deposition (CVD) as a growth substrate. Large graphene structures can be cultivated in copper foil for thermal chemical vapour separation and transferred to polyethylene terephthalate (PET) by means of hot-pressed lamination. Our graphene monolayers (PET coated) are of quality, shape and size for all applications and thus the benchmark products on the graphene market.     

Monolayer Graphene on Quartz (10mm x 10mm Wafer)

monolayer graphene on pet 10mm x 10mmThe researchers used a single layer of graphene with a copper catalyst that was grown using the chemical vapour separation method (CVD) and transferred using the chemical etching method to a dielectric substrate (quartz). The growth rate and quality of graphene on quartz substrates showed a remarkable improvement over the conventional CVD process. In TA, BOAT and CU-optimized CVD reactors, SEM images of graphene films at different magnifications transferred to Si-SIO-2 substrate (C) have been delivered to the CU-optimized VDC Rifles at various magnifications. Our single-layer graphene-quartz lid is made by VTD transfer on a circular base of 500 mm thick quartz with wet transfer. Graphene was deposited on the quartz substrate.

This situation was confirmed by the investigation of CVD graphene growing in our aging quartz tubes (Figure S3), where SiO2 particles proved to be secondary in the graphene domain, highlighting their role as the preferred additional nucleus. Figure 1 SEM image of contaminated graphene film grown in CVD quartz tubes with copper transfer (Si / SiO 2 at 300 nm C. ) was used to prepare a high quality, uniform single-layer graphene plate with a growth time of 60 seconds using a generic recipe to saturate a Cu substrate with graphene focusing on Cu foil.

Layers of PECVD thickness were used to grow graphene films on quartz. Using THZ-TDS measurements, we examined surface boundary conditions of Mg samples deposited in a molten quartz substrate on both the substrate and in the air to achieve a complex refractive index and electrical conductivity of graphene. 


Monolayer Graphene on Quartz (100mm Wafer)

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Suspended Monolayer Graphene on TEM Grids (Quantifoil Gold) Pack 4 units

suspended monolayer graphene-on-tem gridsThe first image of Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) images of thin graphite samples consisting of a few graphene layers was released by G. Ruess and F. Vogt in 1948. The method of graphene crumpling by adding nanoscale folds to the graphite sample was achieved by applying a layer of graphene oxide on the shrunken film, shrinking and dissolving it. A clean monocrystalline graphene foil was grown in a commercially available copper foil (Alfa Aesar 46365, 25 mm thick) in a low pressure CVD tube furnace (LPCVD) system.

Monolayer Graphene on Cu with PMMA Coating (100mm)

100mm monolayer graphene on copper pmmaThe process described here leads to a high yield of suspended, clean graphene films on perforated carbon ribs. In order to etch the copper, graphene is protected by a rich layer of Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA). In a modified tube furnace the carbon source and copper matrix are heat independent and the temperature zones and process parameters (growth time and growth temperature) are regulated to control the growth of the graphene film on the copper substrate, which is controlled by low pressure. On the surface of the copper foil form a single layer of graphene film at a growth temperature of 800 degrees Celsius and two layers of graphene film at 600 degrees Celsius and 700 degrees Celsius. After the film is gone, we can transfer the graphene films with PMMA for a distance of 10 minutes into deionized water, or you can transfer the water and wait for up to 20 minutes. 

Monolayer Graphene on Cu with PMMA Coating (60 mm x 40 mm)

monolayer graphene deposited on copper pmma 60mm x 40mm


What Is Graphene Used For?

What is graphene used for? Graphene is an ultra-flat material that can be attached to almost anything. Its high surface area makes it a great material to use in composites because it is strong and lightweight. It can be used in electronics and medical applications and can help dissipate heat. This new material has many other applications. In addition to the above, graphene is also being investigated for wound healing.

graphene applicationsGraphene is a thin layer of carbon that is formed in a unique way. It was first discovered in 2004, and the scientific community is excited about its future. It is currently in a development stage, but scientists are already developing applications that make it an excellent material. This article will explore some of the most exciting new applications for graphene. However, this article will focus on its properties in a broad sense.

Graphene has many applications. For example, it can be used to create superconducting devices. The insulating properties of graphene make it useful for many industries, including the medical field. Graphene can be used to create anti-rust coatings for car parts. It can also be used to create water-proof houses, especially for solar panels. Its properties make it a promising material for use in many industries.

Graphene has many applications. As a barrier to both gas and liquid, it is an excellent choice for protection against corrosion and non-aqueous fluids. Its excellent thermal and mechanical properties also make it an excellent material to use when enhancing toughness, or thermal management. These advantages allow graphene to be a valuable addition to any type of material. So, what is graphene used for?

Graphene is used in water-filtration applications. In Australia, researchers have been using graphene to create filters for the city's water supply. This material is made from graphite and is highly efficient for composites. It also helps in the creation of sensors and electronrics. There are several uses for graphene. If you are wondering what is it used for, here are a few examples.

Graphene can be used in chemical and electrical applications. Its ultra-stretchy properties make it a good material for electrical and optical devices. In addition to electricity and magnets, graphene is an insulator. Its properties also make it a good material for biosensors. It is also a good material for sensors. There are many applications for graphene in the medical industry.

Another example of what is graphene is: A single layer of graphene has the strength of cling film. In order to puncture the cling film with a pencil, a mass equivalent to two kilograms would have to be applied. When you are looking for a way to increase the speed of your electronic circuitry, there are many options. One example is a cellular phone.

Graphene can be used as a superconductor and an insulator. Compared to silicon, it is also more flexible and tensile than cling film. Its tensile strength and flexibility make it a great material for batteries. It can also be used in the construction of ultrafast-charging batteries. It can handle currents that are dozens of times higher than lithium batteries.

Graphene has many applications. Its ultra-sensitive nature means it can be used as an insulator and superconductor. It is an excellent material for sensors. In fact, it is even an insulator. For example, it can be used as a protective layer between two sheets of glass. Its high strength is the reason it can be used in many other applications. It can be used in electrical components.

Graphene can be used in brain implants. It can record and stimulate brain signals on the surface of the brain. This could lead to less invasive neural implant surgeries. Besides, the use of graphene in computers may revolutionize the way electronic components are manufactured. It could also be used as a touch-sensitive coating, as well as extend the life of computers. Furthermore, it is stronger than diamond and a million times thinner than paper.