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Alfa Chemistry: Graphene-like Materials Have Broad Prospects

Alfa Chemistry: Graphene-like Materials Have Broad Prospects
Graphene has aroused great interest in the research circle and stimulates innovation in a wide range of fields for its excellent performance. With similar properties to graphene, graphene-like materials have now been theoretically or practically explored. At the forefront of providing novel materials and chemicals, Alfa Chemistry announces the release of a wide range of graphene-like materials for researchers and engineers worldwide. All these products meet the most stringent quality, purity and consistency standards, and are expected to improve high-performance electronics, quantum computing, solar cells, photodetectors and other fields.
"Two-dimensional graphene and its analogs have similar structure to that of graphene, which is why they are considered to be graphene-like materials. Owing to their unique electrical, optical, chemical and thermal properties, two-dimensional graphene enjoys broad application prospects in the fields of electronic equipment, sensors and catalysis," says the Marketing Chief of Alfa Chemistry. "The most commonly seen two-dimensional graphene are: hexagonal boron nitride, black phosphorus, moybdenum disulfide, molybdenum diselenide, tungsten diselenide and tungsten disulfide." For further information see the IDTechEx report on Graphene Market & 2D Materials Assessment 2021-2031 .
The graphene-like materials offered by Alfa Chemistry are listed below:
Black Phosphorus
Black phosphorus can be potentially used in fields like photocatalysis, photodegradation, semiconductors, optical communications, faster transistors and more. Alfa Chemistry provides high-quality black phosphorus powder and black phosphorus crystals, which are very suitable for use in R&D laboratories and other research institutions.
Boron Nitride
The boron nitride available at Alfa Chemistry include BN powder, BN solution, CVD hBN film on SiO2/Si wafer, CVD hBN on copper foil, hBN ink, and hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN).
Molybdenum Diselenide (MoSe2)
MoSe2 is an important member of the transition metal dihalide (TMDC) family and has attracted widespread attention in various applications in electrochemistry, photocatalysis and photovoltaic systems. Alfa Chemistry offers mechanically exfoliated monolayer MoSe2 on substrates.
Moybdenum Disulfide (MoS2)
Alfa Chemistry offers different types of MoS2, including bio MoS2, mechanically exfoliated monolayer MoS2, monolayer MoS2, MoS2 crystals, MoS2 solution, MoS2 ultrafine powder.
Trial Kits
Trial kits of different graphene products are now easily obtainable at Alfa Chemistry.
Tungsten Diselenide (WSe2)
Alfa Chemistry provides low-cost tungsten diselenide in many different forms, such as mechanically exfoliated monolayer WSe2 and monolayer WSe2, for various applications.
Tungsten Disulfide (WS2)
Alfa Chemistry has nano-scale tungsten disulfide, available in powder or dispersion form and to be used for transistors, sensors or other electronic devices. Just to list a few here: mechanically exfoliated monolayer WS2, monolayer WS2, WS2 powder, WS2 solution.
All graphene and related products of Alfa Chemistry have passed the strict quality control system and hence are broadly trusted by consumers worldwide. Visit to learn more about Alfa Chemistry's offering of graphene-like materials.
About Alfa Chemistry
Novel materials are a great contributor to making innovative ideas become reality. Alfa Chemistry's expert team is keen on the newly emerging promising materials that have huge potential. Graphene is among such materials. Through years of research and innovation, the company not only focuses on the production and offering of high-quality research graphene are highly praised for their consistent quality and purity, but also provides customization, modification and analysis services to help customers commercialize graphene products to be used in batteries, conductors, electronics and medicine.
Source: Alfa Chemistry
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