New Class of Carbon Nanomaterial Products Now Available from Graphene Supermarket

Published on September 20, 2010 at 6:50 AM

This week Graphene Supermarket, a leading supplier of nanocarbon and graphene products, will begin offering a new class of carbon nanomaterial products, Q-Graphene™.

This nanomaterial consists of hollow, porous, multi-wall carbon nanospheres with a narrow size distribution and an average particle size of less than 100 nm. There is a high demand for this material in materials engineering for energy storage, supercapacitors, nanosensors, catalysis, and composite materials. Moreover, Q-Graphene™ is being considered for potential use in a variety of biomedical applications such as intracellar drug delivery, cancer treatment and high-performance bioimaging.

About Graphene Supermarket

Graphene SupermarketTM offers a broad range of graphene nanomaterials including CVD grown graphene on foils and wafers, Q-GrapheneTM, graphene nanopowder, graphene oxide, graphene in solution, and reduced graphene oxide. Graphene Supermarket is operated by Graphene Laboratories Inc.

About Graphene Laboratories Inc

Graphene Laboratories, Inc. is a spinout of Columbia University, a leading center for Graphene studies. The primary goal of Graphene Laboratories, Inc., located in the heart of Boston’s high-tech area, is to apply fundamental science and technology to bring functional Graphene materials and devices to market. The Company was founded by a group of experts in the field of nanomaterials, who possess extensive experience in characterization of structural and electronic properties of Graphene and deep fundamental and practical knowledge of processing Graphene-based materials.

For further information please contact Dr. Elena Polyakova, President and CEO of Graphene Laboratories, Inc., Tel: (516) 382-8649, E-mail: To order Q-GrapheneTM products or discuss your application visit our Graphene SupermarketTM:

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