The thinnest material on earth, graphene, is also stronger than steel, incredibly flexible, and more conductive than copper, making it one of the most exciting new substances of the 21st century. Thanks to these amazing qualities, graphene materials have the potential to reinvent entire industries and shape the technologies of the future. As Angstron Materials masters large-scale production and the price of graphene starts to fall, our researchers are finding more and more applications for this wonder material.
Angstron Materials Group is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Global Graphene Group (G3). It was formed in 2007 in Dayton, Ohio by the two co-founders, Dr. Bor Jang and Dr. Aruna Zhamu, who are CEO and President of G3, respectively. Dr. Jang was the first to discover graphene in 2002. AMG is a global and patent-rich enterprise which holds Basic Patents in the most widely practiced graphene-production methods. AMG delivers downstream applications of graphene nano-intermediates.
As the largest worldwide manufacturer of graphene and graphene oxide, with two manufacturing locations worldwide and a 300 ton annual capacity, Angstron Materials brings you unprecedented economies of scale and assured industrial scale product delivery.
Our world renowned scientists and engineers are dedicated to accelerating your nanomaterial product and process development cycles. Whether your goal is thermal management, improved mechanical properties, electrical conductivity, barrier properties, or something else - we can help you achieve the optimal property profile.
Graphene is the subject of thousands of scientific papers and patents per year. We will help you navigate this complexity to achieve your goals. We understand how to integrate graphene into your process or product. Through custom dispersions, functionalized graphene, process development and optimization, and years of expertise, Angstron Materials can bring world changing graphene technology to your fingertips!
Angstron's co-founders, Drs. Bor Jang and Aruna Zhamu, hold over 150 patents relating to graphene materials. These patents allow Angstron to pursue applications and technologies off limits to other companies. The IP portfolio spans a wide range of technologies from production and manufacturing techniques to graphene enhanced and graphene enabled products. The list includes the first patent on the production of single layer graphene in 2002 and the first patent on graphene reinforced metal, glass, carbon and ceramic-matrix composites and single layer graphene-reinforced polymer composites.
Angstron's nano graphene solutions eliminate the viscosity and dispersion problems associated with processing advanced materials that use carbon nanotubes and fibers.
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