Thomas Swan has announced the extension of its product portfolio to include non-carbon 2D materials. The company will supply a range of non-carbon 2D materials, such as boron nitride, molybdenum disulphide and molybdenum trioxide which will be available in gram quantities from summer 2015.

The company uses a proprietary Direct Liquid Exfoliation process which was developed in collaboration with AMBER (Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research Centre) at Trinity College Dublin. Building on its know-how in the manufacture of graphene, the company can scale the manufacture of 2D materials by exfoliation of layered raw materials. 

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