A dehydration and stabilizer-free approach to production of stable water dispersions of graphene nanosheets

We show a dehydration and stabilizer-free method for facile and cost-effective production of water dispersions of graphenenanosheets with concentrations up to 0.05 mg mL−1 using concentrated sulfuric acid or phosphoric acid as the dehydrating and intercalating reagent

Jin-Long Chen; Xiu-Ping Yan

2010

Key concepts

Scholarcy highlights

  • Graphene has received great attention because of its exceptional properties and formidable potential in various applications
  • The unique opto-electronic properties of graphene could be chemically engineered without losing the macroscopic structure integrity
  • A dehydration and stabilizer-free approach to production of stable water dispersions of graphenenanosheets

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