Clients, Collaborators, & Material Analayses

RS Mines supplies and collaborates with numerous companies, universities and researchers from various back-grounds from across the globe, analysing and utilising our unique Sri Lankan natural crystalline vein graphite products extracted from The Queen's Mine.

Noteworthy Analyses

Collaborative venture between RS Mines, Toyota Technological Institute - Japan, Mission Vector Partners - Japan, and Shizuoka University. STM analysis of HOPG executed by Toyota Technological Institute, Japan.

 Synthetic 99.99%C /  RS Mines' 99%+C C&L  /  HOPG - Highly Ordered Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite , XRD Analysis Comparison.

Synthetic 99.99%C / RS Mines' 99%+C C&L / HOPG - Highly Ordered Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite, XRD Analysis Comparison.

Collaborative venture between RS Mines and plasma specialist, Haydale, UK. SEM (Scanning Electron Microscopy) - RS Mines Natural Crystalline Vein Graphite, Before Plasma Treatment;

SEM - RS Mines Natural Crystalline Vein Graphite, After Plasma Treatment;

Graphene Solar Analysis - Dan Avila

Raman Analysis Comparison between RS Mines Natural Crystalline Vein Graphite against Sigma Aldrich material lab supplier, executed by AZ Electronics.

Carbon Analysis of RS Mines Natural Crystalline Vein Graphite, via SEM, courtesy of Intech Bearing, USA.

Cell testing, RS Mines Natural Crystalline Vein Graphite compared to Chinese carbon black, executed by Graphene Batteries, Norway and Ioxus, New York.

AFM (Atomic Force Microscopy) Analysis, Mission Vector Partners & RS Mines Graphene Oxide compared to Wako (FujiFilm) Graphene Oxide (GO), both produced via Hummers method. Executed by Koinuma Lab, Kumamoto University - (Left Image). AZ Electronics and RS Mines Graphene Oxide (Right Image)

Left image: MVP/RSM GO produced via Hummers method, utilising RS Mines' natural crystalline vein graphite powder, 7 micron average particle size a starting carbon material. Wako (FujiFilm) being the chosen synthetic carbon supplier of Japan.

Right image: AZ/RSM GO produced using the Tour method, utilising RS Mines' natural crystalline vein graphite powder, 7 micron average particle size a starting carbon material.

RS Mines collaborates with Curtin University, production of graphene via electrodynamic disaggregation of RS Mines' Natural Crystalline Vein Graphite.

RS Mines, Natural Crystalline Vein Graphite Powder, 7 Micron average particle size, particle analysis executed by SLINTEC - Sri Lankan Institute for Nano Technology.

Clients & Collaborators