A Green Approach to the Synthesis of Graphene Nanosheets

Graphene can be viewed as an individual atomic plane extracted from graphite, as unrolled single-walled carbon nanotube or as an extended flat fullerene molecule

Hui-Lin Guo; Xian-Fei Wang; Qing-Yun Qian; Feng-Bin Wang; Xing-Hua Xia

2009

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  • Graphene can be viewed as an individual atomic plane extracted from graphite, as unrolled single-walled carbon nanotube or as an extended flat fullerene molecule
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  • FTIR spectra indicate that a variety of the oxygen-containing functional groups have been thoroughly removed from the graphite oxide plane via electrochemical reduction
  • The high quality graphene accelerates the electron transfer rate in dopamine electrochemistry. This approach opens up the possibility for assembling graphene biocomposites for electrocatalysis and the construction of biosensors

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