What is Few Layer Graphene?


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The graphene layers consist of thin layers of carbon molecules arranged in a honeycomb hexagonal lattice.


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Few-layer graphene preserves the original crystal structure, characteristics and other properties of natural flake graphite. It is large in shape (diameter/thickness ratio), and has excellent electrical, thermal, and mechanical properties. Excellent electrical conductivity, lubrication resistance, corrosion resistance and other characteristics. The graphene has a specific surface of 400700m2/g. Its thickness is 0.553.74nm. Graphene has a high surface specificity. It is easy to combine graphene with other materials like polymer materials to create a good compound interface.


Graphene Powder Properties

Other Titles
Graphene nanopowder, 2D carbon, monolayer graphene,

bilayer graphene, graphene nanosheets, graphene nanoribbons,

graphene nanoplatelet

No.
1034343-98-0

Combination Formula
C

Molecular Weight
12.01

Appearance
Black Powder

Melting Point
3652-3697

Boiling Point
4200

Density
2.267 g/cm3

Solubility of H2O
N/A

Thermal Expansion
N/A


Anode Material for Lithium Battery Few Layer Graphene (CAS 1034343-398-0


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As an excellent base material for industrial-scale functional composites materials, graphene layers will play a crucial role in this new industrial revolution. Graphene flakes attached inorganic microparticles can prevent the flakes being stacked repeatedly during chemical reduction. It can also encourage the formation of new materials with graphene carriers. The graphene inorganic nanocomposites have excellent performance. They can be widely utilized in sensors, supercapacitors batteries, batteries, catalysis, and other fields. This can dramatically improve the performance of nanomaterials.

Few-layer graphene offers great utility in the energy sector. It is also very useful in supercapacitors, hydrogen storage, natural gas storage and in lithium battery applications. Single-layer/few-layer graphene with fewer defects in structure is currently the most widely used negative electrode material for commercial lithium-ion batteries; and defect-rich, few-layer graphene is currently the main electrode material for supercapacitors. The supercapacitors’ large surface area and excellent conductivity are conducive for nanoparticle dispersion. In addition, electrons can be transferred from nanoparticles into the graphene matrix during electrochemical cycles. This improves the electrode material’s cycle performance. Using graphene to replace graphite materials in lithiumion batteries will increase the lithium storage potential of the battery and thus increase the energy density. In addition, graphene is the negative electrode material for lithiumion batteries. The diffusion path is short and conductivity high, which can dramatically improve the rate performance. For hydrogen storage, some atoms such as transition metals or alkali metals are first attracted to graphene. The adsorption is a charge transfer that occurs between the increased and substrate atoms. This changes the local charge density, greatly increasing graphene’s ability to absorb hydrogen.


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