All 2D Materials
Graphene and other 2D materials (such as phosphorene and Molybdenum Disulfide) have emerged as promising candidates for transparent and flexible electrodes, electrochemical capacitor devices for energy storage, and anti-corrosion coatings. There is also a potential use for graphene and 2D materials in biomedical applications - such as tissue engineering, sensors and drug deliveries, and aerospace applications. Due to its extraordinary properties and relatively low cost, graphene and its derivatives have opened the window of opportunity for researchers to develop materials and devices with novel functionalities, and to improve the quality of existing products.
2D materials can be created from a bulk material via several different methods, the most simple of which is mechanical exfoliation. Also known as the Scotch-tape method, the weak weakly van der Waals forces that bond the single-atom-thick layers in the material together can be overcome with a piece of sticky tape. More sophisticated methods like chemical vapour deposition can be used for larger and more uniform 2D flakes. We sell high quality 2D materials in crystal (which can be used to produce single or few-layer materials via mechanical or liquid exfoliation), powder, and flake forms.
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