Thermal Applications of xGnP Graphene Nanoplatelets (Graphene USA 2015)

Percy Chinoy, Sr. Director, Business Development
XG Sciences
United States


USA 2015 Presentation - XG Sciences*
USA 2015 Audio Presentation - XG Sciences*

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Presentation Summary

xGnP graphene nanoplatelets manufactured by XG Sciences comprise a few layers of graphene with nanometer-scale thickness, micron-scale size, and surface area up to several 100s m2/gm. These nanoplatelets can be functionalized, dispersed and formulated into usable products of various form factors with tailored thermal, electrical, and mechanical properties. Grease type thermal interface materials have demonstrated low thermal impedance <0.1cm2•K/W. XG Leaf graphene sheets used as heat spreaders have demonstrated high thermal conductivity >500W/m•K with excellent EMI Shielding. Thermal spray coatings >10W/m•K can be painted on various surfaces. These are examples of a growing portfolio of thermal management products using graphene nanoplatelets.

Speaker Biography (Percy Chinoy)

Dr. Percy Chinoy serves as Senior Director, Business Development at XG Sciences. He is responsible for driving business strategy, partner alliances, new business opportunities, and sales of graphene nanoplatelets and value-added products across broad range of applications in composites and coatings in sporting goods, automotive, electronics, consumer, industrial, and other markets. Percy has over 20 years of experience in specialty materials, developing new markets and commercializing new technologies and products in companies such as Arradiance, American Superconductor, Parker Hannifin, Rohm and Haas, and M/A-COM. Percy earned his Ph.D. in Chemical/Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and MBA from Boston College.

Company Profile (XG Sciences)

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XG Sciences is a market maker and the world's leading commercial supplier of graphene and value-added products. We sell our xGnP(R) graphene nanoplatelets in powder form. We also use xGnP(R) as the core material for a range of XG Leaf(R) thermal films, WG and SG conductive inks and coatings and thermal interface materials. Our hundreds of customers include corporations, research and government labs and universities across the world. For more information, please visit
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