3D Graphene Foam Specifications

Growth MethodChemical Vapor Deposition
Quality ControlRaman, SEM, and Optical
Dimensions (cm)3 x 3 x 0.16
Growth SubstrateNickel Foam
Composition (EDS)> 99% C
Density (mg/cm3)~ 3.5
Pore Size (µm, average)5 - 500
Surface Area (m2/g)~ 400 [1]
Conductivity (S/m)2x10^5
Effective Tensile Strength (kPa)25 [2]
Effective Youngs Modulus (MPa)35 [2]
AppearanceFreestanding Foam

References

[1] DOI 10.1088/2053-1591/ab2e83 [2] estimated

Applications

3D cell culture scaffolds, heat transfer, drug delivery, electrode for catalysis reactions.

Product Documentation

  • Product Sheet
  • Safety Data Sheet
  • Sterilization Protocols
  • Handling Guide

Testimonials

Jordan Liu

Chief Technology Officer

Integrating General Graphene's CVD Graphene Films into our next-generation electronic devices has significantly enhanced their performance. The thinness and conductivity of the graphene have allowed us to develop products that are not only more efficient but also lighter and more durable than ever before. This breakthrough material is truly revolutionizing the electronics industry.

Jordan Liu

Chief Technology Officer

Integrating General Graphene's CVD Graphene Films into our next-generation electronic devices has significantly enhanced their performance. The thinness and conductivity of the graphene have allowed us to develop products that are not only more efficient but also lighter and more durable than ever before. This breakthrough material is truly revolutionizing the electronics industry.

Jordan Liu

Chief Technology Officer

Integrating General Graphene's CVD Graphene Films into our next-generation electronic devices has significantly enhanced their performance. The thinness and conductivity of the graphene have allowed us to develop products that are not only more efficient but also lighter and more durable than ever before. This breakthrough material is truly revolutionizing the electronics industry.

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