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  • Graphene is a flat one-atom thick sheet of sp2 carbon atoms densely packed in a honeycomb crystal lattice structure. It is the basic structural element for graphite, carbon nanotubes, and fullerenes.
  • Graphene is the building block for carbon materials of all other dimensionalities and therefore the mother of all graphitic materials.
  • Graphene is a rapidly rising star on the horizon of materials science and condensed matter physics.
  • Graphene, a recently discovered form of carbon that consists of only one plain layer of atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice, exhibits a number of intriguing properties.
  • Graphene is an allotrope of carbon, whose structure is one-atom-thick planar sheets of sp2-bonded carbon atoms that are densely packed in a honeycomb crystal lattice.
  • Graphene has moved swiftly from the research laboratory to the marketplace, driven by demand from markets where advanced materials are required. These include the aerospace, automotive, electronics, energy storage, solar, oil service, and lubricant sectors.
  • The mobility of graphene is very high which makes the material very interesting for electronic high frequency applications.
  • The distinctive electronic, thermal and mechanical properties of graphene make it a potentially disruptive technology across a raft of industries.
  • Four different techniques have been used to make graphene: Chemical vapor deposition (CVD), (mechanical) peel-of method, Epitaxial growth
    on electrically insulating surfaces such as SiC and colloidal suspensions.
  • Graphene is most easily visualized as an atomic-scale chicken wire made of carbon atoms and their bonds. The crystalline or "flake" form of graphite consists of many graphene sheets stacked together.
  • Most graphene manufacturers currently produce graphene nanoplatelets and graphene oxide and plan to scale-up production considerably over the next 18 months.
  • Multi-national companies such as IBM and Samsung are aggressively pursuing applications for graphene in electronics and optics. However, most  near-term demand is for composites and electrodes for application in the automotive, plastics, metals, aerospace and energy markets.
  • Graphene with the unique combination of bonded carbon atom structures with its myriad and complex physical properties is poised to have a big impact on the future of material sciences, electronics and nanotechnology.
  • Graphene has attracted a great deal of attention — even a Nobel Prize — because of its extremely high carrier mobility that heralds a new generation of electronic devices. Graphene is a flat one-atom thick sheet of sp2 carbon atoms densely packed in a honeycomb crystal lattice structure. It is the basic structural element for graphite, carbon nanotubes, and fullerenes.
  • Graphene: Magic of Flat Carbon
  • Graphene and chiral fermions
  • Low Bias Transport in Graphene
  • Graphene – Mother of all graphitic materials
  • Graphene
  • Graphene in a nutshell
  • Raman Spectrum of Graphene and Graphene Layers
  • The rise of Graphene
  • The discovery of graphene
  • Electronic Structure of Graphene
  • Graphene - intro

Msds and Products

  • Graphene
  • QGraphene
  • Graphene solution
  • xGnP Graphene Nanoplatelets
  • Graphene product
  • Graphene on Si | SiO2


  • Devices with graphene layers.
  • Graphene-based transistor
  • Graphene and graphene oxide aerogels
  • Functional graphene-rubber nanocomposites
  • Graphene deposition and graphenated substrates
  • Graphene sheet, graphene base including the same, and method of preparing the graphene sheet
  • Graphene Solutions
  • Semiconducting device having graphene channel
  • Graphene Nanoelectric Device Fabrication
  • Graphene electronics fabrication


  • Bilayer Graphene gets a Bandgap
  • Graphene - An Exciting Two - Dimensional Material for Science and Technology
  • Technology exploration for graphene nanoribbon FET's
  • Graphene Metrology
  • New graphene technology could break speed limits in digital communications
  • Graphene opens up to new possibilities on SiC
  • Vorbeck Materials makes inroads in graphene technology
  • Graphene production
  • Graphene - Technology Report


  • Discrete dislocations in graphene
  • Interaction effects in graphene
  • Electrical observation of subband formation in graphene nanoribbons
  • Graphene Oxidation
  • Fractional quanthum Hall effect in graphene
  • Mapping Conductivity of Graphene Sheets using conducting tip of atomic force microscopy
  • Ordering - induced fast diffusion of nanoscale water film on graphene
  • Superior thermal conductivity of single - layer graphene
  • Synthesis of water soluble Graphene
  • Quantum theory of Graphene
  • Synthetic method of former Graphene
  • Gram - scale production of graphene based on solvothermal synthesis
  • Development of Graphene Manufacturing
  • Physicists develop scalable method for making graphene
  • Production methods of graphene and resulting material properties
  • Liquid method: Pure Graphene Production
  • Scalable method for making Graphene


  • Electronic Confinement and Coherence in Patterned Epitaxial Graphene
  • Graphene Shape Control by Multistage Cutting and Transfer
  • Graphene and Graphene Oxide: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications
  • Graphene
  • IBM Graphene Nanoelectronics Technolgies
  • Nanoscale Graphene Platelets
  • Graphene Based Electrochemical Sensors and Biosensors: A Review
  • Chemical Self-Assembly of Graphene Sheets
  • Making high-speed graphene transistors with nanowires


  • Bringing Graphene to Market
  • Graphene-CA appointed an EU Future Emerging Technology Flagship Pilot
  • Graphene Grows Up
  • Market for Graphene to Reach $59 Million in 2015
  • Graphene: Prospects for Future Electronics

Company Profiles

  • Company from Massachusetts
  • Graphene manufacturers
  • Company from UK
  • Company from China
  • Company from New York


  • Graphene Manufacturing Flaws Exposed
  • Graphene Paper is Tougher than Diamond
  • New Graphene Sugar paper
  • Graphene: The “New Silicon”?
  • Why Graphene Won Scientists the Nobel Prize
  • Recent start-up Graphene Devices secures funding to optimise novel graphene production process
  • Ultrafast nonequilibrium carrier dynamics in a single graphene layer
  • Graphene will change the way we live

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