Dual Path Mechanism in the Thermal Reduction of Graphene Oxide

We identify a dual path mechanism in the thermal reduction of graphene oxide driven by the oxygen coverage: at low surface density, the O atoms adsorbed as epoxy groups evolve as O2 leaving the C network unmodified

Rosanna Larciprete; Stefano Fabris; Tao Sun; Paolo Lacovig; Alessandro Baraldi; Silvano Lizzit

2011

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  • Graphene is produced by thermally reducing graphene oxide
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  • We identify a dual path mechanism in the thermal reduction of graphene oxide driven by the oxygen coverage: at low surface density, the O atoms adsorbed as epoxy groups evolve as O2 leaving the C network unmodified
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