N002-PDR Few Layer Graphene Powder

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A graphene powder that has less than three graphene layers, and has x-y dimensions of 10 um at most. The carbon content is ≥95.0%, and the oxygen content is ≤2.50%. This product is suitable for conductive composites, barriers, energy cells, solar cells, transparent electrodes, nano composites, heat radiation, capacitors, conductive inks, and organic semiconductor applications.

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Product Specifications:

Graphene Powder or Graphene Oxide: Graphene Powder
Average Number of Graphene Layers: less than 3 layers
Average X & Y Dimensions (um): ≤ 10
Specific Surface Area (m²/gm): 400 – 800
True Density (gm/cm³): ≤ 2.20
Solids (Percent): ≥ 97.90
Carbon Content (percent of carbon): ≥ 95.00
Oxygen Content (Percent of Oxygen): ≤ 2.50
Hydrogen Content (Percent of Hydrogen): ≤ 2.00
Nitrogen Content (Percent of Nitrogen): ≤ 0.50
Ash Content (Percent of Ash): ≤ 2.50
Moisture (Percent): ≤ 0.50
Applications: Conductive Films, Barriers, Energy Cells, Solar Cells, Transparent Electrodes, Nanocomposites, Heat Radiation, Capacitors, Conductive Inks, Organic Semiconductor

Publications of Note:

1. Miranzo, P. (2012). Anisotropic thermal conductivity of silicon nitride ceramics containing carbon nanostructures. Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 32(8), 1847-1854.

2. Basnayaka, P. (2013). Supercapacitors based on graphene-polyaniline derivative nanocomposites electrode materials. Electrochimica Acta, 92, 376-382.

3. Jung, D. (2013). Morphological and physical investigation of carbon nanotubes and graphene buffers used in high capacity lithium ion battery anodes. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 695, 30-37.

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