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Advanced Graphene Materials and Technology Solutions


Angstron Materials Inc., the world’s largest producer of nano graphene platelets (NGPs) specializes in helping companies engineer graphene solutions with mechanical, electrical and conductive performance advantages. We have the expertise to partner with customers throughout the commercialization process from initial screening to market launch. We use our unique technical field experience and knowledge to help you:

  • Select the optimum materials
  • Functionalize NGPS, then introduce them into your manufacturing process
  • Create graphene-enabled products
  • More then 22,000 square feet of manufacturing space
  • State-of-the-art lab
  • Use manufacturing processes that reduce development costs and time to market


Angstron’s co-founder, Dr. Bor Jang, the inventor of NGPs began studying graphene in 2000 and has over 50 patents related to graphene production and applications including the first patent for single layer graphene in 2002 and the first patent on graphene reinforced metal, glass, carbon and ceramic-matrix composites and single layer graphene-reinforced polymer composites.


Angstron’s nano graphene solutions eliminate the viscosity and dispersion problems associated with processing advanced materials that use carbon nanotubes and fibers.
NGPs vs. Carbon Nanotubes

Other intrinsic properties include:

  • Highest thermal conductivity
  • Exceptional in-plane electrical conductivity
  • Fifty times stronger than steel
  • Ultra-high Young’s modulus
  • Highest intrinsic strength
  • High specific surface area
  • Low density

Why NGPs


Our mission is to become the largest cost effective producer of graphene in world and to provide graphene solutions across a variety of industries and applications. Call us to learn how we can help you harness the advantages of graphene technology.

NGPs Versus Carbon Nanotubes

Why NGPs

NGPs provide a wide range of performance characteristics including:


  • The highest thermal conductivity known today (up to ~ 5,300 W/(mK), five times that of copper, at a density that is four times lower
  • Exceptional in-plane electrical conductivity (up to ~ 20,000 S/cm)


  • Fifty times stronger than steel
  • Ultra-high Young’s modulus (approximately 1,000 GPa) and highest intrinsic strength (~ 130 GPa estimated)

Surface Area

  • High specific surface area (up to ~ 2,675 m2/g) twice that of CNTs


  • Low density (2.25 g/cm3)


  • Available in a wide range of platelet lengths (typically 1-20 μm) and thicknesses (approximately 0.34 nm to 100 nm)
  • Single layer graphene as thin as 0.34 nm

Angstron Presenting at GRAPCHINA 2014

Angstron Materials will be chairing and presenting at GRAPCHINA 2014. This international conference, taking place September 1st – 3rd in Ningbo, China, is dedicated to enhancing graphene based technologies and fostering communication between those engaged in graphene research and development. Angstron’s talk will be on graphene mass production and applications for graphene materials. For more […] MORE >
NEW GRAPHENE OXIDE PRICING! For the past seven years, Angstron Materials has been dedicated to bringing graphene and graphene oxide into commercial and industrial applications. One of the first stages of this plan was the implementation of large-scale manufacturing to provide a suitable supply for our customers. This scale-up is still progressing with a current […] MORE >
Angstron Materials is rapidly expanding our footprint as more and more companies become interested in graphene materials and work to develop new products, or incorporate graphene into their existing products and services. Our diverse customer base is currently integrating Angstron’s graphene into over 100 different applications. We are proud of the work of these customers, […] MORE >
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