CVD graphene is obtained through the Chemical Vapor Deposition method (CVD), it can be synthesized on copper (Cu), nickel (Ni) and other substrates.

The CVD process involves a reaction chamber in which several volatile precursors react (e.g. methane gas) and the released carbon atoms are deposited on a substrate.

This method produces a high quality, high performance, less defective type of graphene, with just one or very few layers.

CVD Graphene has a myriad of applications: transparent electrodes in photovoltaic cells, biosensors, gas sensors, UV leds, imaging and optoelectronics, just to mention a few.

Graphenemex has installed the latest state-of-the-art CVD graphene production equipment. The AIXTRON CVD system enables the deposition of graphene on 6-inch substrates and has strengthened our position as the leading graphene producer in Latin America.

Aixtron CVD Graphenemex

Aixtron CVD Graphenemex

Data Sheet

Data Sheet CVD Graphene

Data Sheet CVD Graphene