NanoIntegris, a subsidiary of Raymor Industries, recently announced the launch of PureWave Graphene, a substrate-free graphene grown in a plasma reactor, whose specifications are said to approach those of CVD single-layer graphene.
The unique plasma process used to grow PureWave Graphene nanoplatelets is reportedly easy to scale and produces a low cost product. The material contains low oxygen content (1%) and ppm metal impurity levels. The unique growth process based on plasma allows to produce this material at over 100 g/hour. This product is immediately available for research in gram or kg quantities, but lower prices for industrial applications will be unveiled by the end of the year.