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Product Code M2373A1-5g
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Graphene Carbon Nanotubes Composite, high electrical conductivity, large surface area and low dimensional

For applications in biosensors, drug delivery, hydrogen storage and supercapacitors, transistors, solar cells, water purification, aerospace and automobiles

Graphene carbon nanotubes composite, also referred to as graphene carbon nanotubes hybrid, composes of a covalently bonded graphene (2D) nanopowders and multiwalled carbon nanotubes (1D). 

Structure of graphene carbon nanotube composite, CAS 308068-56-6
Structure of graphene carbon nanotube composite, CAS 308068-56-6

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have improved electrical conductivity and high readily accessible surface area while graphene or chemically modified graphene nanosheets possesses high charge density and outstanding mechanical properties. However, graphene is also known to form irreversible agglomerates or to restack to form graphite through the van der Waals interactions during the drying process. CNTs thus can used as spacers for graphene nanosheets to prevent agglomeration happening between the layers. Graphene carbon nanotubes show effective improvements in electrical and mechanical properties with enhanced electrical conductivity, additional flexibility, high mechanical stability and readily accessible surface area. The combination of 2D graphene of high charge density and 1D CNTs of large surface area generates a versatile 3D graphene-CNT hybrid network with synergic properties.

High electrical conductivity Graphene Carbon Nanotubes

High electrical conductivity

>98 S/cm (CNT), >1000 S/cm (graphene)

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Large surface area Carbon Nanotubes

Large surface area

High readily accessible surface area

With improved electrical conductivity and high readily accessible surface area, graphene carbon nanotubes composite may find applications in the followings.

  • Sensors
  • Electrodes for batteries and supercapacitors
  • Hydrogen storage
  • Water purification
  • Aerospace and automobiles

General Information

CAS Number 308068-56-6
Chemical Formula C
Full Name Graphene Carbon Nanotubes Composite

32 wt% graphene nanopowder 

68 wt% MWCNT
Purity >99% (graphene), >97% (CNT)
Form Black powder
Synonyms Graphene/carbon nanotube composite, Graphene/CNT hybrid
Classification / Family Graphene, Carbon Naotubes, 2D Materials, Carbon Nanomaterials, Hybrid Materials, Composite Materials

Physical Properties

Product Code M2373A1
Conductivity >98 S/cm (CNT), >1000 S/cm (graphene)
Specific Surface Area >65 m2/g (CNT), >500 m2/g (graphene)

5 nm (graphene)

15 - 25 µm (CNT)
Average OD/ID >50 nm / >5 nm (CNT)
Size 1 - 12 μm in diameter (graphene)

MSDS Documentation

Graphene Carbon Nanotubes Composite MSDSGraphene Carbon Nanotubes Composite MSDS Sheet


Batch Quantity Price
M2373A1 5 g £220
M2373A1 10 g £350

Literature and Reviews

  1. Recent progress in the synthesis of graphene/CNT composites and the energy-related applications, X. Wu et al., J Mater Sci Technol., 55, 16-34 (2020); DOI: 10.1016/j.jmst.2019.05.063.
  2. Carbon nanotube/graphene composite for enhanced capacitive deionization performance, Y. Wimalasiri et al., Carbon, 59, 464-471 (2013); DOI: 10.1016/j.carbon.2013.03.040.
  3. Carbon nanotube/graphene nanocomposite as efficient counter electrodes in dye-sensitized solar cells, J. Velten et al., Nanotechnology 23, 085201 (2012); DOI: 10.1088/0957-4484/23/8/085201.
  4. Highly Conductive Carbon Nanotube-Graphene Hybrid Yarn, J. Foroughi et al., Adv. Funct. Mater., 24 (37), 5859-5865 (2014); 10.1002/adfm.201401412.
  5. Synthesis of a graphene–carbon nanotube composite and its electrochemical sensing of hydrogen peroxide, S. Woo et al., Electrochim. Acta, 59, 509–514 (2012); DOI: 10.1016/j.electacta.2011.11.012.
  6. Composites with carbon nanotubes and graphene: An outlook, I. Kinloch et al., Science 362, 547–553 (2018); DOI: 10.1126/science.aat7439.
  7. Low-Temperature Solution Processing of Graphene#Carbon Nanotube Hybrid Materials for High-Performance Transparent Conductors, V. Tung et al., Nano Lett., 9 (5), 1949-1955 (2009); DOI: 10.1021/nl9001525.
  8. A Graphene-Carbon Nanotube Hybrid Material for Photovoltaic Applications, A. Maarouf et al., Carbon, 102, 74-80 (2016); DOI: 10.1016/j.carbon.2016.02.024.

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