Solvent screening for efficient chemical exfoliation of graphite

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Nhan Nu Thanh Ton; Minh-Quyet Ha; Takuma Ikenaga; Ashutosh Thakur; Hieu-Chi Dam; Toshiaki Taniike

2020

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  • Chemical exfoliation of graphite is an effective method to produce graphene of relative high quality, where the choice of solvents plays an important role in the product yield and quality
  • The synergy was more effectively exploited when these functional groups were combined through solvent mixtures compared to when they were introduced in the molecular structure of single solvents
  • The screening results were utilized for a novel machine learning technique based on the Dempster–Shafer theory of evidence to systematically investigate synergistic effects and recommend new solvent combinations
  • The proposed combination of the experiment and the data-driven approach was demonstrated to be powerful for exploring synergistic solvent combinations

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