Carbon footprint

What is carbon fooprint?  The carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions during the full life cycle of a product in the market. It is expressed as the mass equivalent of carbon dioxide emitted per functional unit of the product.  kgCO2e/ production cycle    A functional unit is commonly understood as a quantity […]

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Intercalation with hydrogen

The process of thermal graphitization of silicon carbide wafers, assisted by the flux of Si atoms, used by BeeGraphene, delivers a high-purity and quality product (see Our technology). In addition to producing graphene for science and industry, we are also focused on the continuous development. One of our activities is focused on developing wafer-scale processes

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Graphene on SiC under silicon flux

Graphene is a two-dimensional material, consisting of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb-like structure, which is considered to be one of the materials of the future. Graphene is expected to find applications in various fields and its role will be crucial in the further development of analogue and quantum electronics, optoelectronics and spintronics. Despite many

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