Monolayer Graphene Films on Copper

This article describes the range of monolayer CVD graphene films on copper foil available from Graphenea. The copper substrates available include circular, square and rectangular units, in a variety of dimensions.

These CVD-grown monolayer graphene products are extremely high quality, exhibiting excellent homogeneity. They are ideal for use in universities, or research and development departments, for applications such as MEMS and microactuators, conductive coatings, electronics, and more.

Product Range Overview

  • Monolayer graphene on 4 inch (102 mm) diameter circular Cu foil
  • Monolayer graphene on 1 x 1 inch (25 mm) square Cu foil
  • Monolayer graphene on 60 x 40 mm rectangular Cu foil
  • Monolayer graphene on 10 x 10 mm square Cu foil (pack of 4)
  • Monolayer graphene on 12 mm diameter circular Cu foil (pack of 4)

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Image Gallery - Monolayer CVD Graphene on Cu Foil

Monolayer graphene on Cu - 4" circular sample
Monolayer graphene on Cu - 1" square sample
Monolayer graphene on Cu - 60 x 40 mm sample
Monolayer graphene on Cu - 4-pack of 10 mm square samples
Monolayer graphene on Cu - 4-pack of 12 mm circular samples

Features of Monolayer Graphene

  • Growth method: CVD synthesis
  • Appearance (color): Transparent
  • Transparency: > 97%
  • Appearance (form): Film
  • Coverage: > 95%
  • Number of graphene layers: 1
  • Thickness (theoretical): 0.345 nm
  • FET Electron Mobility on Al2O3: 2000 cm2/Vs
  • Hall Electron Mobility on SiO2/Si: 4000 cm2/Vs
  • Sheet Resistance on SiO2/Si: 450±40 Ohms/sq (1 cm x 1 cm)
  • Grain size: Up to 10 μm

Substrate Cu Foil Properties

  • Films are pretreated for easy removal of bottom layer
  • Thickness measures 18µm

Applications

Monolayer graphene is used in the following applications:

  • Graphene research
  • Electronics
  • Flexible batteries
  • Aerospace industry
  • MEMS and NEMS
  • Conductive coatings
  • Microactuators

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Graphenea.

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