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CVD Graphene on Quartz (Purity: >99.9%, Size:10*10mm)

CVD Graphene on Quartz

Product : CVD Graphene on Quartz (Purity: >99.9%, Size:10*10mm)

Quality Control: Each lot of NANOSHEL Purity: >99.9%, Size:10*10mm was tested successfully.

 
Product Name CVD Graphene on Quartz
Stock No NS6130-10-1274
Purity > 99.9% Confirm
Transparency > 97% Confirm
Coverage > 95% Confirm
Thickness 0.345 nm Confirm
FET Electron Mobility on Al2O3 2000 cm2/Vs Confirm
Hall Electron Mobility on SiO2/Si 4000 cm2/Vs Confirm
Sheet Resistance 370±10 Ohms/sq (cm x 1cm) Confirm
Grain Size Up to 10 µm Confirm
Thickness 500 µm Confirm
Flatness; Bow 20 µm, Warp: 30 µm Confirm
Roughness 6Å (on the polished side) Confirm
Polished Double side Confirm
Application Flexible displays, ITO replacement, Graphene research
Main Inspect Verifier Manager QC

Expert Reviews

Dr. Clive Patterson Ph.D
Dr. Clive Patterson Ph.D , (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia)

Graphene is an atomic-Scale honeycomb Lattice made of Carbon atoms. Graphene is undoubtedly emerging as one of the most promising nanomaterials because of its unique combination of novel electronic, optical and mechanical  properties which opens a way for its exploitation in a wide spectrum of applications ranging from electronics to optics,  photonics, composite materials, energy generation, sensors, and biodevices.


Dr. Ms. Teresa B.
Dr. Ms. Teresa B. , (University of San Carlos, Philippines)

Graphene remains capable of conducting electricity even at the limit of nominally zero carrier concentration because the electrons don’t seem to slow down or localize. The electrons moving around carbon atoms interact with the periodic potential of graphene’s honeycomb lattice, which gives rise to new quasi particles that have lost their mass, or rest mass. Graphene never stops conducting and they travel far faster than electrons in other semiconductors.


Dr. Stew Dean Ph.D
Dr. Stew Dean Ph.D , (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

The most common techniques available for the production of graphene includes: Chemical Vapour Deposition, Micromechanical Cleavage, Epitaxial Growth on SiC Substrates, Chemical Reduction of Exfoliated Graphene Oxide, Liquid Phase Exfoliation of graphite and unzipping of Carbon Nanotubes.


Dr. Ms. Yi Yen Shi,
Dr. Ms. Yi Yen Shi,, (King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi,Bangkok, Thailand)

Graphene based nanomaterials have many promising applications in numerous areas: Graphene for energy applications: improves both energy capacity and charge rate in rechargeable batteries, promising approach for making solar cells, promising substrates for catalytic systems, Sensor applicationsIn flexible, stretchable and foldable electronics,  nanoelectronic applicantsphotodetectorsCoatings, drug deliverybio-imaging, Tissue engineering etc.


Dr. Myron Rubenstein,
Dr. Myron Rubenstein,, Ph.D (Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy)

Graphene appears to be most effective material for electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding. Graphene conducts heat better than any other known material. Graphene is a disruptive technology, one that could open up new markets and even replace excisting technologies or materials.


CVD Graphene on Quartz

CVD Graphene on Quartz