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, electronic transistors, biosensors chips, 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.