Graphene Monolayer Film
Graphene monolayer film consists of an atomically-thin layer of carbon atoms that are arranged in a hexagonal honeycomb lattice. It was first isolated via mechanical exfoliation - the Scotch-tape method. Chemical vapour deposition (CVD) and epitaxial methods were later developed and commonly used as alternative methods for growing research-grade single, bilayer and few-layer graphene films.
|Synonyms||Graphene, Monolayer graphene film|
|Classification / Family||2D semiconducting materials, Carbon nanomaterials, Nanomaterials, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, OLEDs, Organic photovoltaics (OPV), Organic electronics|
|Form||Film on substrate
* Other sizes available: 1 cm × 2 cm, 2 cm × 2 cm, or custom-made sizes, please contact us for more details.
High-quality graphene monolayer film is available on three different substrates: SiO2/Si, PET (polyethylene terephthalate), and copper foil. Different sizes and substrate types of monolayer graphene films are also available via custom request (see list below).
- Glass (1 cm × 1 cm, 1 cm × 2 cm, 2 cm × 2 cm or custom-made sizes)
- Sapphire (1 cm × 1 cm, 1 cm × 2 cm, 2 cm × 2 cm or custom-made sizes)
- Nickel (1 cm × 1 cm, 1 cm × 2 cm, 2 cm × 2 cm or custom-made sizes)
- Silicon (1 cm × 1 cm, 1 cm × 2 cm, 2 cm × 2 cm or custom-made sizes)
- Quartz (1 cm × 1 cm, 1 cm × 2 cm, 2 cm × 2 cm or custom-made sizes)
With a unique combination of novel electronic, optical, and mechanical properties, graphene-based nanomaterials have applications in energy generation and storage. For example, they can applied in photovoltaic devices and batteries, sensors and flexible electronics, photodetectors, and biomedical applications (e.g. drug delivery, bio-imaging, and tissue engineering).
High-quality monolayer graphene films were first grown directly on copper foil via the chemical vapour deposition (CVD) method. The films were later transferred to the desired substrates via the wet chemical graphene-transfer process.
Monolayer graphene films are ready to use in various research purposes, such as microscopic analysis, photoluminescence and Raman spectroscopy studies. Graphene monolayer films can also be transferred to other substrates.
|Substrate||Product code||Size||Quantity (EA)||Price|
|SiO2/Si||M2155F11||1 cm × 1 cm||2||£165.00|
|SiO2/Si||M2155F11||1 cm × 1 cm||4||£254.00|
|PET||M2156F11||1 cm × 1 cm||2||£165.00|
|PET||M2156F11||1 cm × 1 cm||4||£254.00|
|Sapphire||M2315F11||1 cm × 1 cm||2||£165.00|
|Sapphire||M2315F11||1 cm × 1 cm||4||£254.00|
|Quartz||M2316F11||1 cm × 1 cm||2||£165.00|
|Quartz||M2316F11||1 cm × 1 cm||4||£254.00|
|Cu Foil||M2157F50||5 cm × 10 cm||1||£397.00|
Literature and Reviews
- Transfer of CVD-Grown Monolayer Graphene onto Arbitrary Substrates, J. Suk et al., ACS Nano, 5 (9), 6916–6924 (2011); DOI: 10.1021/nn201207c.
- Raman Studies of Monolayer Graphene: The Substrate Effect, Y. Wang et al., J. Phys. Chem. C, 112 (29), 10637–10640 (2008); DOI: 10.1021/jp8008404.
- Large-scale pattern growth of graphene films for stretchable transparent electrodes, K. Kim et al., Nature, 457, 706–710 (2009); doi: 10.1038/nature07719.
- Growth of Continuous Monolayer Graphene with Millimeter-sized Domains Using Industrially Safe Conditions, X. Wu et al., Sci. Rep., 6, 21152 (2016);
- Towards high quality CVD graphene growth and transfer, G. Deokar et al., Carbon, 89, 82-92 (2015); doi: 10.1016/j.carbon.2015.03.017.
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