High Quality 2D crystals
HQ Graphene is a manufacturer of high quality 2D single crystals, selling directly to over 190 universities, research institutes and companies worldwide.
Our customers are scientists demanding high purity and high quality crystals for scientific research. A selection of publications at various top rated magazines (Nature, Science, PRL, etc.) on crystals from HQ Graphene are presented below (PDF):
New Transfer Stage Website!!
Our new transfer stage website is online! If you are interested in expanding your lab with one of our transfer stages please check our new website here. For a short introduction into our transfer systems click here.
Recently added crystals include MoO3, VBr3, CrSBr, FeTe and many more! Find a full list of our available crystals under the tab All 2D Crystal available. Can you not find a particular 2D crystal?
Contact us here to see our possibilities of growing a custom crystal for your specific research needs.
Growth and Characterization of a single crystal
Our scientific staff has the expertise in the production and characterization of large size and high
purity single crystals. The crystals are characterized with X-ray diffraction (single crystal XRD and powder XRD), Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), Raman and additionally with
We can grow all kinds of two dimensional crystals:
- Semiconductors (WSe2, MoSe2, ...)
- Insulators (hexagonal boron nitride, MICA, ...)
- Superconductors (NbSe2, NbS2, ...)
- Ferromagnetic Insulators (CrBr3, Cr2Ge2Te6, ...)
- Charge Density Waves (CDW)
- Topological Insulators (Bi2Se3, Bi2Te3, ...)
- 2D Alloys (MoWSe2, MoSSe, ...)
- New custom made crystals
NEW publications on our crystals
We congratulate the authors on their recent work published on peer reviewed journals:
Kamran Shay et al., Nano Lett. (2019), "Magnetic Proximity Coupling of Quantum Emitters in WSe2 to van der Waals Ferromagnets":
Shengwei Jiang et al., Nature Electronics 2, 159-163 (2019), "Spin tunnel field-effect transistors based on two-dimensional van der Waals heterostructures":
Talieh S. Ghiasi et al., Nano Lett. 19, 9, 5959-5966 (2019), "Charge-to-Spin Conversion by the Rashba-Edelstein Effect in Two-Dimensional van der Waals Heterostructures upto Room Temperature":
F. J. Alfaro-Mozaz et al., Nature Communications 10, 42 (2019), "Deeply subwavelength phonon-polaritonic crystal made of a van der Waals material":
Xiaotong Chen et al., Nature Physics 15, 221-227 (2019), "Entanglement of single-photons and chiral phonons in atomically thin WSe2"
Hyun Ho Kim et al., Nano Lett. 19, 8, 5739-5745 (2019), "Tailored Tunnel Magnetoresistance Response in Three Ultrathin Chromium Trihalides":
Annemarie L. Exarhos et al., Nature Communications 10, 222 (2019), "Magnetic-field-dependent quantum emission in hexagonal boron nitride at room temperature"
Zefei Wu et al., Nature Communications 10, 611 (2019), "Intrinsic valley Hall transport in atomically thin MoS2"
Kaifei Kang et al., Nature Materials 18, 324-328 (2019), "Nonlinear anomalous Hall effect in few-layer WTe2"
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