900451 Aldrich

Graphene paper

size 11.5 in. × 23.5 in., thickness 120 μm

Synonym: Graphene foil, XG Leaf® B 120 μ



Related Categories Carbon Nanomaterials, Graphene Films, Graphene and Graphene Oxide, Materials Science, Nanomaterials More...
size   11.5 in. × 23.5 in.
thickness   120 μm
density   1.9 g/cm3



XG Leaf® is a more effective solution than aluminum and copper foils for a wide variety of applications to optimize thermal conductivity, thermal spreading, electrical properties, and corrosion resistance. XG Leaf® is a thin, flexible, and lightweight sheet product built on a foundation of XG Sciences, xGnP® graphene nanoplatelets. By precisely tailoring the composition, density, and our proprietary manufacturing process materials are created with unique properties to optimize thermal and electrical conductivity. Different types of XG Leaf® graphene paper offer outstanding thermal and electrical properties.
• Thermal conductivity and spreading: in-plane conductivity above 550 W/mK.
• Electrical properties: formulations are available with surface resistivity ranging as low as 0.04 Ω/sq.
Potential applications include:
• Heat dissipation.
• Resistive heating.
• EMI shielding.
• Electrodes (thin battery, super capacitor, Li-air etc).
• Barrier.
• Layering in composites.
• Sensors.

Physical properties

• Thermal conductivity: 550 W/mK (in-plane), 3 W/mK (through plane).
• Electrical conductivity: 3700 S/cm (in-plane).
• Electrical resistivity: surface 0.06 Ω/sq, sheet 2.7 μΩ-m.
• EMI shielding: 53 dB @ 30 MHz, 58 dB @ 1.5 GHz.

Legal Information

XG Leaf is a registered trademark of XG Sciences, Inc.

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Protocols & Articles


Recent Advances in Scalable Synthesis and Processing of Two-Dimensional Materials

1Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19104, USA 2School of Materials Science and Engineering, Nankai University, Tianjin, 300350,...
Deep Jariwala,1* Jian Zhu,2 Jung-Woo Seo,3 and Mark C. Hersam3*
Material Matters, 2018, 13.1
Keywords: Absorption, Adsorption, Catalysis, Centrifugation, Chemical vapor deposition, Crystallization, Degradations, Deposition, Diffusion, Electronics, Filtration, Ligands, Materials Science, Microscopy, Nanomaterials, Nucleic acid annealing, Oxidations, Photoexcitation, Photovoltaics, Purification, Recombination, Scanning electron microscopy, Semiconductor, Separation, Solar cells, Solvents, Sonication, Sublimation

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