Graphene consists of only a single layer of carbon atoms. Because of its unusual properties, it is considered a “miracle material” and is therefore of great interest for both basic research and
innovative applications. These range from energy storage via solar cells to medical sensors.
Graphene can be deposited chemically using plasma-assisted CVD processes, which also allow the production of large-area material layers. Graphene can also be produced in the form of flakes. Although the properties of these micrometer-sized flakes are only partially comparable to those of a single-crystalline graphene layer, this does not imply a limitation for some applications (e.g., energy storage technology). Diacara can advise you on the best possible technologies regarding the production and quality of graphene materials.