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Cleanroom installed for 200 mm (8’’) graphene wafers

Marko Spasenovic

Cleanroom installed for 200 mm (8’’) graphene wafers

Preparations are on track for mass production of 200 mm (8”) diameter high quality graphene on Si/SiO2 wafers. Last week cleanroom components arrived to be assembled in a new production space at our location in San Sebastian. Production of 200 mm graphene on a new chemical vapor deposition system is...

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Graphene-Perovskite solar cells exceed 18% efficiency

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene-Perovskite solar cells exceed 18% efficiency

Scientists have created hybrid perovskite-graphene solar cells that show good stability upon exposure to sunlight, while still maintaining efficiency over 18% - the highest reported efficiency of graphene perovskite hybrid solar cells to date. Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) are rapidly emerging as the most promising photovoltaic technology, gaining attention on...

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New Product: "Easy Transfer"

Iñigo Charola

New Product: "Easy Transfer"

Graphenea is launching “Easy Transfer”: the easiest way to transfer monolayer graphene onto your substrate. We applied our extensive experience in growing and transferring high quality graphene films to let you experiment with any novel substrate by using Graphenea’s Easy Transfer. Advantages of using Easy Transfer: Receive high quality graphene...

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Effect of humidity on graphene sensors demistified

Marko Spasenovic

Effect of humidity on graphene sensors demistified

Graphene produced with chemical vapor deposition (CVD) will form the cornerstone of future graphene-based chemical, biological, and other types of sensors. Graphene, however, is extremely sensitive to air, in particular to humidity. To avoid unwanted background coming from humidity and to calibrate future sensors, it is highly important to investigate...

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Graphene aids optical study of dye molecules

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene aids optical study of dye molecules

Dyes have long been used as colorants, stains, and markers. Their potential use as optical materials has been widely investigated, especially in recent years in the context of dye-sensitized solar cells, where dyes play the role of sunlight absorber. In order to study and understand the optical properties of dye...

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