Graphene Nanoplatelets

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    SI Decorated Graphene Nanoplatelets

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Unleash the Power of Graphene Nanoplatelets

Graphene Nanoplatelets Properties Chart

As a visionary in your field, you understand the need for advanced materials like Graphene Nanoplatelets (GNPs). You recognize the potential they hold to revolutionize industries through their unique properties and varied applications. At Cheap Tubes, we stand ready to supply you with the high-quality GNPs you need to transform the material world.

Transformative Properties of Graphene Nanoplatelets

Graphene Nanoplatelets Applications

Our GNPs are designed to enhance the performance of your products. They are exfoliated from graphite or pyrolyzed from gasses and can be customized with specific functional groups to align with your application needs. These GNPs offer exceptional electrical and thermal conductivity and robust mechanical reinforcement. Whether you’re developing conductive inks or looking to improve the performance of composite materials, batteries, paints, or polymers, our GNPs are your key to unlocking new potentials.

Wide Range of Applications for Graphene Nanoplatelets

The applications for GNPs are expanding rapidly. From resistive heaters to advanced batteries, specialty coatings, printable electronic circuits, and beyond, Graphene Nanoplatelets serve as a transformative component in diverse commercial products. Our GNPs can be functionalized for compatibility with various industrial processes, and they disperse easily, making them a versatile choice for your projects.

Affordable Pricing for Graphene Nanoplatelets

At Cheap Tubes, we understand that the cost-effectiveness of your projects is as important as their performance. Therefore, we’ve priced our GNPs competitively, ensuring that you can take advantage of this transformative material without stretching your budget.

Optimal Graphene Nanoplatelets Dispersions

Our GNPs disperse easily in a variety of mediums. Whether you’re looking to incorporate them into a new kind of conductive ink or use them to enhance a composite material, we can help you choose the right GNPs and guide you on the best practices for dispersion.

Graphene Nanoplatelets SDS

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Publications using GNPs from Cheap Tubes Inc

Below are just a few of the many Publications using GNPs from Cheap Tubes Inc.

Graphene–Nickel Cobaltite Nanocomposite Asymmetrical Supercapacitor with Commercial Level Mass Loading

Effect of functionalization of graphene nanoplatelets on the mechanical response of graphene/epoxy composites

Screen printed resistive pressure sensors fabricated from polymer composites with graphene nanoplatelets.

Dimensional dependence of photomechanical response in carbon nanostructure composites: a case for carbon-based mixed-dimensional systems

Optimizing the physical-chemical properties of carbon nanotubes (CNT) and graphene nanoplatelets (GNP) on Cu(II) adsorption

Enhancing the photocatalytic activity of ZnO nanoparticles for efficient rhodamine B degradation by functionalised graphene nanoplatelets

Transparent Electrodes with Nanotubes and Graphene for Printed Optoelectronic Applications

Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Hybrid Polymer Nanocomposite Reinforced with Graphene Nanoplatelets

The Effect of Oxygen-Plasma Treated Graphene Nanoplatelets upon the Properties of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube and Polycarbonate Hybrid Nanocomposites Used for Electrostatic Dissipative Applications

The role of irreversible and reversible phenomena in the piezoresistive behavior of graphene epoxy nanocomposites applied to structural health monitoring

Graphene Nanoplatelets Structure

The Graphene Nanoplatelets structure can best be envisioned as stacks of parallel sheets of hexagonal carbon atoms. Due to Van der Waals interactions they reagglomerate easily and are typically 5-15 layers thick. Thicker materials are widely considered to be graphite.

A representation of Graphene Nanoplatelets atomic structure - side view


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