Enabling Meaningful CVD Graphene R&D

Enabling Meaningful CVD Graphene R&D

Traditional chemical vapor deposition (CVD) graphene production – seen primarily in the form of quartz tube furnaces - has been inadequate to support meaningful CVD graphene R&D – and has thereby been a roadblock in CVD graphene’s progress toward...

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CVD Graphene Potential in Sensors

CVD Graphene Potential in Sensors

Schematic of graphene field-effect transistor (GFET) after functionalization with receptors (top) and when interacting with analytes (bottom). What Makes CVD Graphene Suitable for Sensors? CVD graphene is an atomically thin layer of carbon atoms arranged in a...

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CVD Graphene – Beyond the Hype

CVD Graphene – Beyond the Hype

The History Behind the Graphene Hype Graphene and hype have gone hand in hand ever since its discovery back in 2004. The hype peaked around 2010 when Dr. Geim and Dr. Novoselov, the scientists who characterized it successfully, won a Nobel Prize in Physics for their...

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Graphene at the Nanoscale and Beyond

Graphene at the Nanoscale and Beyond

Despite being initially considered one material, graphene is actually a family of carbon-based materials, similar to other carbon forms like diamond and graphite that possess distinct characteristics. Graphene's characteristics can be changed and manipulated as the...

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CVD Graphene Innovation to Commercialization

CVD Graphene Innovation to Commercialization

Gregory Erickson, who is the Founder and Chief Operating Officer of General Graphene Corporation, discusses the current status of graphene technology and General Graphene’s pathway toward commercialization. General Graphene was established in 2015 with the belief that...

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