Graphene Nanoplatelets (1-5nm)

Graphene Nanoplatelets (1-5nm)

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Thickness: 1-5 nm

Graphene nanoplatelets that have an average thickness of 1-5 nanometers have proved their worth by displaying positive chemical properties and high electrical conductivity. While many other conductive additives sacrifice diminishing aesthetic and mechanical properties in the base resin in exchange for being highly conductive, graphene nanoplatelets have displayed immense stiffness and strength while also remaining highly conductive. This means that products using graphene nanoplatelets will neither scratch nor burn easily. For multifunctional nanoparticles that improve a variety of properties, trust graphene nanoplatelets to serve you well.

Product Detail

CAS No.: 7782-42-5

Types of Graphene Nanoplatelets

Product No. Product Name Thickness Diameter Size
GNNP0051 Graphene Nanoplatelets (2-10nm thick)  2-10nm  ~5µm  50g
GNNP0052 500g
GNNP01A5 Graphene Nanoplatelets (1-2nm thick) 1-2nm 5-10µm 500mg
GNNP0201 Graphene Nanoplatelets (1-5nm thick)   1-5nm   ~5µm   1g
GNNP0205 5g
GNNP0211 10g


1. Preparation Method

 Interlayer catalytic cleavage method

2. Characterizations


1-5 nm

Flake Diameter

~5 μm

BET Surface Area

90-130 m2/g


Black powder


TEM Image of ACS Material Graphene nanoplatelets (1-5nm) 

Typical TEM Image of ACS Material Graphene nanoplatelets (1-5nm) 



  •  Use as a high performance additive for composites with PPO‚ POM ‚PPS‚ PC‚ ABS‚ PP‚ PE‚ PS‚ Nylon and rubbers.
  •  Can improve composites tensile strength‚ stiffness‚ corrosion resistance‚ abrasion resistance and anti-static electricity and lubricant properties.
  •  For all mechanical properties modifications‚ typical amounts are about 2-6wt%
  •  For conductivity modification‚ typical amounts are about 2-8wt%

Application Instruction

  • Mix Graphene nanoplatelets with the target polymer using a double-roller‚ banburymixer‚ twin screw extruder or other mixer commonly used in the plastics industry. For better dispersion of the product powder in the target polymer matrix‚ some surface modifiers‚ such as silane coupling agent‚ titanate coupling agent or aluminate coupling agent‚ etc are recommended to use before mixing the powder with plastics resin.


  • The effectiveness of modification depends very much on the type and the amount of surface modifiers used. We would be delighted to speak with you about what works best for your application.  Please call (US) 866-227-0656


Q: What are the thermal stability of Graphene Nanoplatelets at ambient pressure?

A: GNPs will not oxide below 600 Celsius‚ and they are very stable.

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