Characterization of Graphene-Nanoplatelets Structure via Thermogravimetry

We report that thermogravimetry may be utilized, beyond its conventional applications to characterize bulk GnP properties

Michael Shtein

2015

Scholarcy highlights

  • Graphene has often been characterized by imaging techniques, such as scanning electron microscopy,(10) transmission electron microscopy(11), and atomic force microscopy, to provide its lateral dimension and thickness
  • mean lateral dimension and defect density correlate with the GnP mean combustion temperature, and the polydispersity index correlates with the combustion temperature range
  • The map in Figure 2c, constructed by combined thermogravimetry–imaging-surface techniques, offers a simple and rapid bulk property characterization, which may be applied in GnP production plants
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  • Studied was the effect of acid type in the final properties of Carbon nanotubes as the resistance to air oxidn.; for this, different techniques of characterization were used such as Raman spectroscopy, thermogravimetric anal., and chem. anal. by ICP-AES

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