Goodfellow promotes ‘green’ graphene

Goodfellow promotes ‘green’ graphene

‘Green’ graphene is latest material innovation, says Goodfellow Cambridge. The Supplier of metals, alloys, ceramics, glasses, polymers, composites and compounds says it has spent over 75 years facilitating scientific innovation. It has a range of over 70,000 catalogue products, all of which are underpinned by rigorous quality accreditations.

Its portfolio supports innovation for academic research, manufacturing, research as well as art and design applications.

An example is graphene. Discovered in 2004, it is frequently used in manufacturing and electronics. The company offers it in multiple forms, from ink and film to powder form. One of the most interesting offerings, is the company’s Ultra-Pure Green Graphene.

This alternative to the standard graphene is produced via a highly scalable process, meaning it has a much lower carbon footprint than traditionally manufactured alternatives.

In addition to an extensive supply of materials, experts identify solutions to everyday problems, bespoke capabilities and reverse engineering of components to help customers find custom-fabricated components.

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