Pyrolytic formation and photoluminescence properties of a new layered carbonaceous material with graphite oxide-mimicking characteristics

Thermal carbonization of bis(2-chloroethyl)amine hydrochloride at 260 °C in air leads to a new, functional layered carbonaceous material that, different in structure and composition, shares similar characteristics as the well-known graphite oxide

A.B. Bourlinos

2008

Scholarcy highlights

  • Thermal carbonization of bis(2-chloroethyl)amine hydrochloride at 260 °C in air leads to a new, functional layered carbonaceous material that, different in structure and composition, shares similar characteristics as the well-known graphite oxide
  • The molecularly derived carbonaceous solid is layered with relatively small lateral dimensions, highly dispersible in water providing clear colloidal sols and possesses ion-exchange properties
  • The method presents an alternative synthesis towards molecularly derived layered carbonaceous materials with novel properties

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