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Graphene Oxide Nanocolloids

Merck is dedicated to providing Greener Alternative Products that align with one or more of The 12 Principles of Greener Chemistry. This product falls into the Enabling category of greener alternatives, specifically aligning with the principle of "Design for energy efficiency."

The high concentration of graphene oxide sheets in this product imparts the necessary viscosity to bind electrode materials together, facilitating 3D printing. The use of water as a green solvent in this aqueous ink system ensures processing and drying safety, contributing to a low-cost and environmentally friendly solution.


  • Single-layer graphene oxide sheets
  • Possible applications
    • Cellular Imaging
    • Drug Delivery
    • Nanomedicine
    • Cancer therapy


Source: Merck

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Graphene oxide nanocolloids 2 mg/mL, dispersion in H2O

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