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Graphene Dispersion in NMP (Dia:1-3μm)

Graphene Dispersion in NMP (Dia:1-3μm)

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Typically applied to nanodevices, biomedicines, and sensors, graphene dispersion in NMP boasts a high electrical conductivity in conjunction with incredible flexibility and strength. For those looking to improve the high rate charge-discharge capacity, graphene dispersion is well equipped to serve your various equipment well. Taking advantage of graphene’s valuable physical properties often requires scientists to disperse it into various medias. This high-quality product has been achieved through a tedious, precise dispersion process that ensures it will work well, whatever your application may be. As graphene dispersion begins to change the manufacturing world as we know it, it’s important to consider how this popular material could benefit your business going forward.

CAS No.: 7782-42-5 (graphene); 872-50-4 (NMP)

1. Preparation Method

 Physical exfoliate method

 

2. Characterizations

Composition

Content

Unit

Graphene Nanoplatelets

4

wt%

Flake Diameter

1-3

μm

Thickness

3-5

nm

Assistant Reagent

1

wt%

Dispersant

0.1

wt%

NMP

94.9

wt%

  

 2. Application Fields

This product is graphene nanoplatelet-based oily battery slurry with high electrical conductivity. By contrast with the similar products, this product with technical advantages is metal ion free and can be widely applied in battery slurry as conductive agent to improve the high rate charge-discharge capacity.
  ●Lithium ion and nickel-hydrogen battery—as high conductive components in battery slurry.
  ●Supercapacitor —conductive reagents of the supercapacitor electrodes.
  ●Lead acid cell, solar cell and semiconductor industry.
  ●Other conductive industry

Research Citations of ACS Material Products

  1. Nieto, Andy, et al. “Graphene reinforced metal and ceramic matrix composites: a review.” International Materials Reviews, vol. 62, no. 5, 2016, pp. 241–302., doi:10.1080/09506608.2016.1219481.
  2. Chand, Rohit, and Suresh Neethirajan. “Microfluidic platform integrated with graphene-Gold nano-Composite aptasensor for one-Step detection of norovirus.” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, vol. 98, 2017, pp. 47–53., doi:10.1016/j.bios.2017.06.026.