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Graphene Frontiers

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  • 1. Graphene is a new nanomaterial discovered in 2004 and the subject of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010. Consisting of only a single atomic layer of carbon arranged in a hexagonal lattice, graphene has been called the “Miracle Material of the 21st Century” for its amazing properties: • Exceptional optical transparency, • Record-setting electrical and thermal conductivity, • Impermeability, • Flexibility, and • Strength in a one-atom-thick film. LARGE AREA GRAPHENE FILMS Cost-effective production enabling game-changing applications
  • 2. Large-area graphene films will transform markets in sensors, energy capture and storage, desalination, thermal management, and flexible electronics, but none of these applications will be possible until graphene can be produced reliably and cost-effectively at industrial scale. Graphene has solved the problems of scale: Graphene films can now be mass-produced and transferred to nearly any substrate. Graphene Frontiers’ patent pending method for low cost production and etch-free transfer of graphene films eliminates the need for hazardous chemicals and is suitable for roll-to-roll production at industrial scale. Graphene Frontiers’ proprietary chemical vapor deposition (CVD) and transfer process enables cost-effective production of graphene that will enable game-changing applications.