Graphene is a two-dimensional material, a form of carbon with a thickness of one atom. Carbon atoms in graphene are connected in a hexagonal two-dimensional crystal lattice.

Graphene has unique properties, and in 2010, Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov were awarded the Nobel Prize for its discovery and experiments with graphene.

The most outstanding of the known properties of graphene:

  • Record thermal conductivity
  • Enormous strength and hardness
  • High electrical conductivity
  • High elasticity and flexibility
  • Transparency
  • Antibacterial (bacteriostatic) effect
  • High density
  • Graphene does not allow helium atoms to pass through but allows water to pass through, and water evaporates at the same speed as if it was in an open container.
  • Graphene is not affected by ionizing radiation. It can generate electricity when exposed to sunlight

These and many other unique properties of graphene allow it to be used in various industries:

  • Biological engineering
  • Optical electronics
  • Energy collection and conservation
  • Composites and coatings
  • Adhesives
  • Membranes
  • Package
  • Supercapacitors
  • Construction
  • Medicine

Today, the industrial use of graphene is still limited due to several factors:

  • The difficulty of producing graphene on an industrial scale
  • High cost of the final product
  • The technological complexity of using the unique properties of graphene on an industrial scale

After being awarded the Nobel Prize for the discovery of graphene, for more than 11 years a huge number of scientists, research institutes, industrial giant companies are engaged in research of the production and application of graphene, and are also looking for simpler options for using the basic properties of graphene. One of the ways is using graphene derivatives. The most significant advances in commercial industrial applications have been made in the production and application of graphene oxide.

Our company has mastered the production of high-purity reduced graphene oxide based on the modified Hammers method, which we offer for sale both from stock and on order. In addition, we conduct our own research on various industrial applications of graphene oxide.

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