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I'm interested in purchasing HPOG to use as a getter in a UHV vacuum system and I have a few questions. 1) Can you source HPOG in different dimensions? I'm looking for pieces that are the size ~5.5x5.5x0.5 mm 2) Is it easy to cut, break, or shave the HPOG down to size?

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HPOG to use as a getter in a UHV vacuum system
questions. 1) Can you source HPOG in different dimensions? -- Yes,We can supply different dimensions of HOPG,We can supply the size ~5.5x5.5x1.0 mm ; 10x10x0.5mm; 10x10x1mm;20x20xT(1~2)mm;30x30xT(1.5~2)mm

2) Is it easy to cut, break, or shave the HPOG down to size? --Yes,it not hard to break or shave it down to smaller size

3) HOPG,10x10x0.5mm $ contact us

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1. HOPG 10x10x0.5 mm 10pcs

 

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HOPG is similar with single crystal graphite and graphene.

What is Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite HOPG?

Electrochemical insights have revealed a new way of defining graphene - like graphite electrodes that can be printed on a screen with high precision and high energy efficiency. [Sources: 4]

A range of technologies have been developed to take advantage of the perfect graphite sample with a unique structure. These systems are based on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite as a substrate for metal deposition (np). However, most measurements are made with highly oriented pyrolysis graphs, a very pure and ordered form of graphics with a high surface area and high electrical conductivity and high energy efficiency. [Sources: 0, 1, 5]

In this plot it becomes clear that most experimental data is consistent with the theory of Sharifker et al. G - Point vibrations, which optically enable a high surface area, high electrical conductivity and high energy efficiency, are shown in Fig. HOPG is therefore a high-order form of graphite with a very pure, highly conductive and highly energy-efficient structure. The contamination values are in the order of 10 ppm (ash - well, yes), which is about as high as natural graphites and minerals. [Sources: 0, 6, 7]

The characteristic features of SPM images can be easily interpreted in the form of "A" and "B" stacked with graphite. [Sources: 0, 8]

Note that there is a big difference between "A" and "B" in the size of the graphite, and the smaller "C" is smaller. [Sources: 6]

Compared to the underlying substrate Au-111, the molecular sequences are parallel to 110 in both directions. Compared to the substrate below: molecular rows in the direction of 110, but not in every direction. [Sources: 2]

The HOPG - terminated graphene layer is the aim of scanning probe microscopy, which is used as a substrate calibration standard for atomic resolution. It is interesting that due to the mosaic spread of the HopG crystals, it is possible to record the spectrum in a much higher resolution than with natural graphite. The improved alignment of the molecular sequences in the graphene layers results in improved arrangements, resulting in a high resolution spectrum and a wide wavelength range, similar to that of graphites, but with the characteristic mosaic, accompanied by mosaic focusing and high integral reflectivity as used in H HopG. [Sources: 0, 8]

HOPG is chemically similar to graphene and can be used in a wide range of applications such as nanoscale imaging and high-resolution spectroscopy. Support for individual nanoparticles and nanoparticle ensembles for electrocatalytic investigations. HOP Graphene - Insulated Ultramicrometer with Glass - Insulated carbon fiber electrodes for high resolution scanning probe microscopy and spectra. [Sources: 4, 8]

N - modified HOPG for electrochemical scanning electron microscopy and high resolution spectroscopy of nanoscale structures. A carbon-gold film produced with electron beam evaporation for high-resolution scanning electrochemicals and spectra of a graphene nanoparticle. [Sources: 4]

A metal layer deposited by thermal evaporation, as shown in Fig. 2, and a resistant layer of graphene with high-resolution spectroscopy spectra of a graphene nanoparticle. N - modified HOPG for electrochemical scanning electron microscopy and high-resolution scanning electron microscopy using graphene nanoscale structures for high-resolution scanning electrochemicals and spectrometry. A carbon-gold film with graphene nanonanometer structures is produced by evaporation of the electron beam and thermal deposition of the graphene film on a copper oxide substrate. [Sources: 2, 3]

Electron microscopic inspection of the manufactured columns shows negligible etching of the graphite columns on the metal mask (see Fig. Finally, we were able to show that SEI is better bound to the rough surface of battery-grade graphites than the flat surfaces of HOPG. The measured data correspond to the classical diffuse transport model, which characterizes sample19. [Sources: 3, 5]

The D and G energy calculated for the formation of stable nuclei is 8 - 21x10 -21 J / nucleus. Due to the presence of high-energy electrons in the graphite surface of HOPG, it is not possible to detect the formation of cathodic peaks. [Sources: 7]

To solve this problem, we embedded the particles in an epoxy resin and made cross-sections so that they are firmly bonded to the substrate, "says Luchkin. Cylindrical graphite columns were produced from freshly cleaved HOPG substrates by anisotropic oxygen plasma etching. [Sources: 3, 5]

The STM tip of the gold sample was prepared by electrochemical etching with 12 - 15 V. The substrates were used for the first time in anisotropic oxygen plasma etching at a temperature of 1,000 degrees Celsius. After 12 to 15 hours, the caustic process was stopped and the substrate was reused. [Sources: 2, 3]

The microstructure of the electrobearing was investigated using 111 gold single crystal beads produced by melting gold wire 99 - 999. To investigate the effects of substrate and adlayer formation, molecular adlayers were produced in highly oriented, high-temperature, low-pressure, liquid-oxygen plasma etches. Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) was used and images were obtained with the Jeol JSPM 4210 microscope. [Sources: 2, 7]

Under ideal conditions, the SPM images of the HOPG surface showed the presence of a hexagonal ring of six C atoms in the center of each spot on the surface. The fact that the six C atoms are made up of hexagonal ring-shaped points around them gives a bright signal that leads to the formation of molecular layers in a highly oriented, high-temperature, low-pressure, liquid-oxygen plasma-corrosive plasma. [Sources: 0]

 

 

Sources:

[0]: http://nanoprobes.aist-nt.com/apps/HOPG%20info.htm

[1]: https://escholarship.org/uc/item/23d1g39v

[2]: https://www.pnas.org/content/102/4/971

[3]: https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms6837

[4]: https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/ja308615h

[5]: https://www.innovations-report.com/power-and-electrical-engineering/skoltech-scientists-get-a-sneak-peek-of-a-key-process-in-battery-life/

[6]: https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/engineering/highly-oriented-pyrolytic-graphite

[7]: https://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0100-40422010000500019&lng=en&nrm=iso&tlng=en

[8]: https://www.alfa-chemistry.com/products/highly-oriented-pyrolytic-graphite-44.htm