Flash Reduction and Patterning of Graphite Oxide and Its Polymer Composite

We report a room temperature, chemical-free flash reduction process where a photographic camera flash instantaneously triggers the deoxygenation reaction of Graphite oxide by photothermal heating

Laura J. Cote; Rodolfo Cruz-Silva; Jiaxing Huang

2009

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  • Graphite oxide is a promising precursor for the bulk production of graphene-based materials due to its relatively low cost of synthesis
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  • The reduction of GO has relied on either chemical agents or high temperature treatment
  • Video of flash reduction process; TEM images of GO/PS and PS before and after flash; more data on ammonia sensing using polyaniline nanofibers deposited on GO/PS electrodes
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