Electronic grade lab grown kish graphite.
Kish graphite has been lab synthesized using molten iron-carbide cooling process to realize electronic and optical grade Kish graphite. Usually Kish graphite is a natural by-product of stainless steel process and small graphite flakes are usually collected from cooled off iron surface. This process is not aimed to produce graphite but instead focus is on production of iron with carbon impurities. Thus regular kish graphite is only 85% pure or contains 15% impurities.
Our Kish graphite is electronic and optical grade which is grown by iron foil cooling process by passing semiconductor grade methane and ethane mixture to solve carbon into thick iron foils and cool off carefully to yield high quality kish graphite pieces see images. These crystals range from mm to maximum 4 mm in size and exhibit high purity (99.99% or higher) and crystallinity (perfect vdW structure and easy easy to exfoliate compared to HOPG).
Typical characteristics of lab grown Kish graphite
Sample size Single crystal size ranges from 0.1mm to 3-5 mm in size. Each order contains almost life-time supply of kish graphite for long term research consumption Properties
Semimetal / Dirac metal
Very easy to exfoliate
Exfoliation characteristics Very easy Production method Carbon rejection technique