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Graphene Foam Sheet ( spongy graphene, 2" x 2" x 1.2 mm ) for Lithium Air Battery Research - EQ-GF-2212-LD


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Item Number: EQ-GF-2212-LD

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2 to 9USD$268.20
10 to 24USD$238.40
25 or moreUSD$208.60

The 3D Graphene Foam is made via chemical vapor deposition (CVD) processing. In course of CVD fabrication of graphene hydrogen and methane gases are introduced into a furnace that heats to 1000° Celsius. In the furnace is a nickel or copper film which captures a mono or multi-layer or graphene as the furnace is heated and the methane decomposes. To create CVD Graphene Foam, instead of using a thin sheet of nickel to capture graphene, nickel or copper foam is used. The metal foam captures graphene in a similar foam structure. The metal skeleton is then etched away and left is a visible, porous 3D graphene foam structure. This structure has a high surface area, which opens several exciting applications for Graphene Foam while maintaining most of two-dimensional graphene’s properties1. CVD processing of Graphene Foam opens a cost-effective route for engineering a new class of ultra-light, highly conductive graphene-based materials with exceptional mechanical strength, flexibility, and elasticity.

SPECIFICATIONS


  • Sample size: 2"x2"
  • Thickness: 1.2 mm
  • Carbon content: 99%, no metal support
  • Density: 4 mg/cm3
  • Pore Size: 580 microns
  • Packing:  in sealed membrane box


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Application Notes

  • Assembly of Li-Air Batteries, please click the picture below to learn.
  • You may use rolling machine to make thinner carbon foam sheet ( < 0.08 mm)

                        

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