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Boron-doped Graphene Powder

CAS Number 1034343-98-0 / 7440-42-8

2D Materials, Anode Materials, Battery Materials, Graphene Materials, Low Dimensional Materials, Materials

Product Code M2372A1-100mg
Price £190 ex. VAT

Multi-Layer Graphene Doped with Boron

For applications in sensors, fuel cells, supercapacitors, energy storage and batteries.

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Boron-doped graphene powder (CAS number 7782-42-5) is a multi-layered graphene doped with boron atoms. Boron, one of the important doping elements, can induce electron deficiency in graphene with a p-doping effect, while retaining its original sp2 hybridization and conjugated planar structure. As the electronegativity of boron is smaller than that of carbon, the doping of boron to graphene can lead to a clear differentiation of electron densities on the carbon ring structure.

With a much improved electrocatalytic activity, boron-doped graphene exhibits superior oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) catalytic performance. The electron deficient boron atoms can introduce positive charges to the graphene thus enhancing the adsorption of oxygen and promoting O–O cleavage during ORR. Being relatively positively charged, boron-doped graphene can also improve the adsorption of nitrogen to the surface to form B-N bonds for the reduction of nitrogen to ammonia. With a doping level of 6.2%, boron-doped graphene gained an ammonia production rate of 9.8 μg·hr-1·cm-2 and an excellent faradic efficiency of 10.8% at -0.5 V versus reversible hydrogen electrode.

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Boron-doped graphene is also a promising anode materials for potassium-ion batteries (KIBs) with large capacity, high rate, and good cycling stability performances. Maximum specific capacity of metallic B4C28 anode with a doping concentration of 12.5 at. % can reach 564 mAh/g, larger than that of most anodes for KIBs.

General Information

CAS Number 7440-42-8 (boron), 1034343-98-0 (graphene)
Chemical Formula C/B
Full Name Boron-doped Graphene Powder

Boron content: >11%

Carbon content: 88.9%
Form Powder
Synonyms Boron-doped Graphene Powder
Classification or Family Graphene, Doped Graphene, 2D Materials, Carbon Nanomaterials

Boron-doped Graphene Powder

Form Powder
Layers <10 layers
Thickness 5 nm
Size 5 – 10 μm
Boron-doped graphene powder chemical structure, CAS 7782-42-5
Boron-doped graphene powder chemical structure, CAS 7782-42-5


Batch Quantity Price
M2372A1 100 mg
M2372A1 250 mg
M2372A1 500 mg £600
M2372A1 1 g £1000

MSDS Documentation

Boron-doped Graphene Powder MSDSBoron-doped Graphene Powder MSDS Sheet

More on Boron-doped Graphene

Strong B-C bond energy preserves the mechanical properties of graphene, although the thermal conductivity of boron-doped graphene is dramatically reduced compared to pristine graphene. The incorporation of boron in graphene finds many potential applications in:

  • Sensors
  • Electrodes for batteries and supercapacitors
  • Energy storage
  • Fuel cells
  • Electrocatalytic nitrogen/oxygen reduction


  • Boron-doped graphene synthesis by pulsed laser co-deposition of carbon and boron, Y. Bleu et al., Appl. Surf. Sci., 513, 145843 (2020); DOI: 10.1016/j.apsusc.2020.145843.
  • Boron-Doped Graphene for Electrocatalytic N2 Reduction, X. Yu et al., Joule 2, 1610–1622 (2018); DOI: 10.1016/j.joule.2018.06.007.
  • Growth and Electronic Structure of Boron-Doped Graphene, J. Gebhardt et al., Phys. Rev. B, 87(15), 155437 2012); DOI:10.1103/PhysRevB.87.155437.

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