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Nitrogen-doped Graphene Powder

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N-doped Graphene

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CAS No.: 7782-42-5


OLD SKU: Gn1LNdpP-1g

Nitrogen-doped Graphene (N-doped Graphene)

BET surface area (m2/g) 500~700         
Conductivity (S/m) >1000 (characterized at the density of 0.3g/cm3)
Layers    1-5 atomic layer graphene nanosheets
Lateral size (µm) 0.5-5
Nitrogen (at%) 1.0-3.0
Oxygen (at%) 7.0-7.5

The standard N content is 1.0-3.0 at%.

The N content is controllable (ACS can customize the product): 0.5-3 at%‚ 5-8 at%. The minimum order quantity for the customized product is 10g.

The fluffy graphene powder has a very large volume. 10g of the powder can fill a 15L container. For shipping‚ we compress the product to a density of about 3×10-2g/cm3.

The thickness is confirmed by HRTEM. The lateral size is measured by SEM and TEM. The average surface area‚ oxygen content and conductivity specifications are characterized by BET method‚ XPS and Hall measurement‚ respectively.

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