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CVD Graphene on Copper Foil

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Single- and Multi-layer Graphene on Copper Foil

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ACS Material is an industry-leading graphene on copper foil supplier. ACS Material produces high-quality, high-purity single- and multilayer graphene deposited on 25 μm copper foil via chemical vapor distribution (CVD). Our graphene films are continuous across the surface of the copper sheet on one or both sides. Standard sizes are 2”x2”, 4”x2”, and 6”x4”. Custom sizes are available upon request.

Our CVD graphene on copper foil meets all our rigorous quality standards and is highly valued by researchers around the globe for its consistency, purity, and quality. Contact our specialists today for more information about this and other ACS Material graphene products and see for yourself what a difference ACS Material can make.

CAS No.: 7782-42-5 (graphene), 7440-50-8 (copper)

1. Preparation Method

CVD Method

2. Wafer Structure:

CVD Graphene on Copper Foil (Both sides)

Graphene on Copper Foil (both sides)

CVD Graphene on Copper Foil (Single-sided)

Graphene on Copper Foil (Single-sided)

** Note: Copper Foil thickness is now 25μm now and if you need the old thickness of 45μm, please contact us for a quote.

**This product has a 1 year shelf life.

** Standard products have graphene on both sides of the copper foil.

** ACS Material can provide Single-sided CVD Graphene on Copper as shown in the drop-down list. It is prepared by depositing PMMA on the graphene, etch away the graphene on the back side and then remove PMMA. Please note that there might be minor PMMA residues on the graphene surface and you can do a deeper cleaner if necessary. Please contact us if you have any questions or have other special requests.

** ACS Material can also provide large size Monolayer CVD Graphene on Copper (Graphene Factory) made by CVD Method and large size Monolayer CVD Graphene on SiO2/Si by Metal Assisted Exfoliation (MAE Process). Order Now >>

3. Characterization & Analysis

Predominantly Single-layer Graphene on Copper Substrate

Sheet Resistance <600Ω/sq
Custom Order <300Ω/sq
Transparency >95%
Grain Size ~50 μm

Typical Raman Spectrum of a Single Layer Graphene

Typical Raman Spectrum of a Single Layer Graphene

TEM Image of a Single Layer Graphene

TEM Image of a Single Layer Graphene

Predominantly Double- or Multi-Layer Graphene.

Typical Raman Spectrum of 2 Layers Graphene

Typical Raman Spectra for 3-5 Layers Graphene

Typical Raman Spectra for 6-8 Layers Graphene

4. Conditions for safe storage

Keep the products in a dry and low oxygen (or oxygen-free) container at moderate temperature (<30°C).

*The shelf life of our CVD graphene on copper foil is 1 year.

5. ACS Material also provides:

  1. Super large size graphene on copper foil up to 30cmx20cm
  2. Double or multi-layer graphene
  3. Graphene transferred onto silicon dioxide substrate
  4. Pretreated graphene: Graphene has been coated PMMA‚ just after some simple steps‚ you can transfer it to other different substrates
  5. Customized service: different layers‚ different sizes of graphene; graphene transfer services etc.

Disclaimer: ACS Material LLC believes that the information on our website is accurate and represents the best and most current information available to us. ACS Material makes no representations or warranties either express or implied, regarding the suitability of the material for any purpose or the accuracy of the information listed here. Accordingly, ACS Material will not be responsible for damages resulting from use of or reliance upon this information.


1. What's the difference between CVD graphene on copper foil and CVD graphene on copper foil (graphene factory)?

Our CVD Graphene on Copper Foil (Graphene Factory) product is designed for large size wafer transfers (up to 6x6in) and currently only the monolayer type is available. As the size increases there are likely to be more defects as compared to our standard CVD Graphene on Cu Foil. In general, our standard CVD Graphene on Copper Foil has better quality and the size is available up to 6inch x 4inch. This one has better monolayer graphene coverage because it is easier to control for smaller sizes. Both products are prepared by the CVD method, but we use a different set of equipment, so we name the products differently to make that distinction. You may choose whichever works best for your application.

2. What is the step by step transfer process of CVD graphene on copper foil onto my own substrates?

Since we provide the transfer services, we are unable to provide a detailed step by step transfer instruction, however, we do have simple guidelines that we can provide. You may refer to this blog post:
The PMMA method is also explained on the blogpot and you may check out/use whichever method that you see fit for your application.

3. How much N-doped CVD graphene on copper foil would be?

Our CVD Graphene on Copper Foil product is not N-doped graphene.

4. What is the graphene layer thickness for each layers?

The graphene thickness for the 1 Layer is about 1nm. For 2 Layer it is about 1.3nm. For 3-5 Layers, it's about 1.6nm-2.4nm. For 6-8 Layers, it's about 2.7nm-3.4nm.

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