Easy Transfer Monolayer Graphene on Polymer Film

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“Easy Transfer”: the easiest way to transfer monolayer graphene onto your substrate. The growth method was CVD synthesis.

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Grain size

20 μm

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3.45E-7 mm

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theoretical thickness of graphene monolayer



Carrier mobility

23.0 °C

3760 cm²/Vs

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FET Electron Mobility on SiO₂/Si substrate

Surface resistivity

23.0 °C

410 - 490 Ω/sq

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Van der Pauw sheet resistance on SiO₂/Si substrate (1cm x 1cm)



Luminous transmittance

97 [-]

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Technological properties

Application areas

Graphene research, flexible batteries, electronics, aerospace industry, MEMS and NEMS, microactuators, conductive coatings


"Easy Transfer": avoids metal etching, avoids hazardous chemical handling, bottom layer removed. Coverage of >98%.

Processing history

Growth method: CVD. Processed in Clean Room Class 1000.