N008-P-10 Polar Graphene Powder

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Graphene powder, whose thickness is estimated to be between 50-100 nm, and x-y dimensions to be, at most, 7 um. The carbon content is approximate to 96.0%, and oxygen content is approximately 1.00%. This product is suitable for barriers, conductive composites, nanocomposites, heat radiation, conductive inks, conductive rubber, and conductive adhesive applications. Volume based discounts are available on all of our graphene products. For more information please contact us at 1-937-331-9884.

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Product Specifications:

Graphene Powder or Graphene Oxide: Graphene Powder
Average Z Dimension (nm): 50 – 100
Average X & Y Dimensions (um): ≤ 7
Specific Surface Area (m²/gm): ≤ 40
True Density (gm/cm³): ≤ 2.20
Solids (Percent): ≥ 99.00
Moisture (Percent): ≤ 1.00
Carbon Content (Percent of Carbon): ≥ 96.00
Oxygen Content (Percent of Oxygen): ≤ 1.00
Hydrogen Content (Percent of Hydrogen): ≤ 1.00
Nitrogen Content (Percent of Nitrogen): ≤ 0.20
Ash Content (Percent of Ash): ≤ 2.50
Applications: Conductive Composites, Nanocomposites, Heat Radiation, Conductive Inks, Conductive Rubber, Conductive Adhesives, Barriers

Publications of Note:

1. Hewitt, C. (2013). Temperature dependent thermoelectric properties of freestanding few layer graphene/polyvinylidene fluoride composite thin films. Synthetic Metals, 165, 56-59.

2. Zhu, J. (2012). Carbon nanostructure-derived polyaniline metacomposites: Electrical, dielectric, and giant magnetoresistive properties. Langmuir, 28(27), 10246-10255.

3. Zhang, X. (2013). Strengthened magnetic epoxy nanocomposites with protruding nanoparticles on the graphene nanosheets. Polymer, 54(14), 3594-3604.

4. Bansal, D. (2013). Nanographite-reinforced carbon/carbon composites. Carbon, 55, 233-244.

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