Graphene Flakes

Graphene flakes can be obtained by reduction - removal of oxygen containing groups from the surface of Graphene Oxide flakes.

Usually, the material obtained by reduction are called reduced graphene oxide (rGO). Flakes of rGO are not that well dissolvable in water due to their hydropholicity and are therefore to be disperced and stored in some organic solutions (isopropanol etc). 

Process for Graphene Oxide flakes reduction to Graphene Flakes

Process for Graphene Oxide flakes reduction to Graphene Flakes

We offer:

Graphene graphene flakes of specific size and narrow distribution:


- 50-20 mkm (G5020)

- 20 – 5 mkm (G205)

- 5 – 0.5 mkm (G505)

- 500 – 100 nm (G0501)

- less then 100 nm (G0100). 


Flakes are distributed in an isopropanol solution with the standard concentration 1 mg/ml.