Scientists at Ångstron Materials (a spin-off from Nanotek Instruments, Inc.) have developed a new class of nanomaterials now commonly referred to as nano-scaled graphene plates or platelets (NGPs) and NGP nanocomposites.
Atomaterials develops and distributes advanced nanomaterials for energy storage research and developments. Their high-purity materials covers a variety of materials, including graphene, Si nanopowders, 2D semiconductors, graphene, silicon nanopowder, nanowries and high-capacity lithium-ion battery materials.
Garmor has developed a simple yet effective method of producing edge-functionalized graphene oxide. This proprietary achievement eliminates costly hazardous waste disposal and delivers a product suitable for large scale production at commodity-type prices.
Graphene 3D Labs, Inc. is focused on the development and manufacturing of graphene-enhanced materials for 3D printing, with proprietary technologies aimed at enhancing the properties of materials currently used in 3D printers.
Graphene Laboratories, Inc. is focused on developing methods and processes that allow graphene, a novel nanomaterial with unique combination of electrical, thermal, chemical, and structural properties, to be employed in a variety of practical applications, such as next generation solar batteries, flexible electronics, gas storage, energy storage, electronics, biosciences, solar energy harvesting, and composites and ultrafiltration.
XG Sciences develops and produces multifunctional materials that are based on their xGnP brand graphene nano-platelets. The company manufactures these nano-platelets through proprietary techniques that allow them to control their size and surface characteristics.
Xolve (previously Graphene Solutions) is a manufacturer of purified and size selected carbon nanotubes, graphene and nanographene. The company is working to commercialize simple room temperature processing of graphene and other nanoparticle composites, solutions and coatings.