Graphite Oxide: Chemical Reduction to Graphite and Surface Modification with Primary Aliphatic Amines and Amino Acids

The chemical reduction of graphite oxide to graphite by either NaBH4 or hydroquinone and its surface modification with neutral, primary aliphatic amines and amino acids are described

Athanasios B. Bourlinos; Dimitrios Gournis; Dimitrios Petridis; Tamás Szabó; Anna Szeri; Imre Dékány

2003

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  • The chemical reduction of graphite oxide to graphite by either NaBH4 or hydroquinone and its surface modification with neutral, primary aliphatic amines and amino acids are described
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  • Treatment of GO with NaBH4 leads to turbostatic graphite that upon calcination under an inert atmosphere is transformed to highly ordered graphitic carbon, while the reduction with hydroquinone yields directly crystalline graphite under soft thermal conditions
  • The potential combination of surface modification and chemical reduction of graphite oxide in producing novel graphite based materials is presented

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