Nanomaterial Suppliers

 

Showing results 51 - 75 of 115 for companies in category Graphene:

 
The company developed a unique patented and eco-friendly way to synthesize graphene (and other carbon-based materials) from carbon dioxide.
Graphenea is a private company focused on the production of high quality graphene for industrial applications.
Using their own highly effective, scalable, and environmentally friendly production process, the company produces graphene and develop graphene-based technology for industries and consumers.
The company produces NanoPlatelets - chemically pure, unoxidized graphene, which has not been subjected to thermal deformation - as well as ready-made solutions of graphene products for various applications.
The company seeks to develop solutions for market-ready graphene applications. In that regard, they produce specific graphene materials to meet the requirements of each development.
Graphenest is a startup with a highly scalable technology for the prodution of graphene and other nanomaterials.
GrapheneTech develops and uses top-down processes for graphite exfoliation. This allows the production of nano-graphite and graphene of different kinds, mainly of the so called graphite nanoplatelets. The company's products can be used as a load in polymers, paints and coatings, ink and ceramic or metal composites. Its use can improve mechanical properties, provide thermal and electrical conductivity, help as diffusion barrier or improve flame retardancy.
A supplier of epitaxial graphene on silicon carbide.
Graphensic AB produces and supplies epitaxial graphene on silicon carbide. The graphene products are manufactured using the High Temperature Graphene Process.
A graphene manufacturer start-up.
A materials engineering firm focused on delivering disruptive uses for graphene technologies.
Graphitene is a 2nd generation nanomaterials company engaged in research, development and sale of the highest quality, most advanced form of graphene: graphitene. Their manufacturing methods are designed in every phase to be massively scalable to meet the requirements of our largest focus industries that produce products such as cement and asphalt concretes, composites, protective coatings. As well as energy generation and storage businesses.
Graphmatech is a Swedish materials technology startup company that invents, develops and sells novel Graphene-based nanocomposites materials and services.
A manufacturer of graphene oxide that uses environmentally-friendly oxidizers.
Grolltex, short for 'graphene-rolling-technologies', is an advanced materials and equipment company with its core strength creating products based on single layer, CVD generated graphene.
The company specializes in the unique science of graphene and its derivative materials. NanoXplore's initial focus is on applications where graphene provides significant added value and bulk quantities of high quality graphene provide a competitive advantage. Near term opportunities are in industries such as paints and lubricants, textiles, and energy.
The company is a manufacturer of graphene and related two-dimensional materials.
The company's goal is to be world leading in the functionalisation and characterisation of carbon nanotubes, graphene and other nano materials.
A Dutch manufacturer of graphene and other 2D crystal materials.
Incubation Alliance Inc makes and sells Graphene, Carbon Nanotubes and Carbon Nanofibers.
Kennedy Labs is a nanofabrication company creating graphene and other graphene like 2D materials for microelectronic applications and novel stand alone devices.
The company produces graphene and graphene oxide materials.
Kyma's Materials products include GaN and related III-N materials, Ga2O3 and related materials, graphene and related materials.
The company focuses on the development, production and application of graphene and related applications.
London Graphene Ltd was established in 2013 to develop advanced energy storage applications based on high quality graphene. The company has an option on some patents from the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford on CVD graphene.