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Graphene oxide

powder, 15-20 sheets, 4-10% edge-oxidized

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avg. no. of layers 15 ‑ 20


water: dispersible (polar solvents)

bulk density

~1.8 g/cm3

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General description

The material basically consists of exfoliated graphene nanoplatelets containing functional organic groups. The oxygen content is less than 5%; the majority groups are hydroxyls (OH), which enables further chemical modifications to add new functionalities. The functionalization approach was designed to attach most of the groups on the border of the foils, aiming to preserve the intrinsic properties of graphene (e.g.: electric conductivity).
  • Form: Brown/Black powder
  • Bulk Density: ~1.8 g/cm3
  • Solubility: Dispersible in water and polar solvents
  • Number of layers: 15-20
  • Oxidation: 4-10%


The product is aimed for dispersion and/or incorporation in polar solvents (e.g.: water, THF and DMF) and polar polymeric matrices (e.g.: PLA, PA and PET). It is suitable for in situ polymerization, direct resin mixing and molding, solvent dissolution, extrusion processing after incorporation. Potential applications include:
  • Nanocomposites [1,2]
  • Anti-corrosion coatings [3,4]
  • Films with barrier properties [5,6]
  • Membranes for separation [7,8]
  • Conductive inks [9,10]
  • Energy storage [11,12]


1 g in glass bottle

Storage Class Code

11 - Combustible Solids



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Not applicable

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M M Abdel-Mottaleb et al.
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials, 96, 118-124 (2019-04-30)
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Transport properties of zigzag graphene nanoribbons with oxygen edge decoration
Zhang CX, et al.
Organic Electronics, 13(11), 2494- 2501 (2012)
Belén Frígols et al.
PloS one, 14(3), e0212819-e0212819 (2019-03-08)
Alginate is considered an exceptional biomaterial due to its hydrophilicity, biocompatibility, biodegradability, nontoxicity and low-cost in comparison with other biopolymers. We have recently demonstrated that the incorporation of 1% graphene oxide (GO) into alginate films crosslinked with Ca2+ cations provides
Farzaneh Besharat et al.
Nanotechnology, 31(15), 155701-155701 (2019-12-21)
In recent years, in order to obtain improved mechanical, thermal, electrical and barrier/transport properties, aligned carbonaceous nanomaterials/polymer nanocomposite films have been receiving growing attention. Correspondingly, the edge oxidized graphene oxide (EOGO) nanoplatelets alignment influence on the structure of the polyethersulfone


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