Graphene oxide dispersed in water
Graphene oxide is noted for its mechanical and thermal properties. The starting material is graphite, which is chemically processed to obtain monolayer flakes of graphene oxide. It is available in various concentrations and quantities, as shown below.
|Graphene oxide water dispersion concentration||0.5 (mg/mL)||4 (mg/mL)|
|Quantities (mL)||90 – 100%||3 – 5%|
|0.01 – 1%|
|2 – 6%|
Applications: Graphene/polymer composite materials, batteries, biomedical, solar cells, supercapacitors, support for metallic catalysts, low permeability materials, biosensors, multifunctional materials, graphene researchDownload a datasheet for graphene oxide dispersed in water.
Reduced graphene oxide
Reduced graphene oxide is obtained by reducing graphene oxide. This can be done chemically, thermally or by irradiation to get the powder form. The excellent electrical conductivity of this product is an important feature in some research projects.
Applications: Biomedical, batteries, printable graphene electronics, supercapacitors, graphene research.Download a datasheet for reduced graphene oxide.
Graphene oxide film
Graphene oxide film is prepared by the filtration of a monolayer graphene oxide dispersion. It is non-conductive and has a diameter of 4 cm and thickness of 12-15 μm.
Applications: Biomedical, membranes, graphene researchDownload a datasheet for graphene oxide film.