Conductive thin films of pristine graphene by solvent interface trapping.

@article{Woltornist2013ConductiveTF,
  title={Conductive thin films of pristine graphene by solvent interface trapping.},
  author={Steven J. Woltornist and Andrew J. Oyer and J. Carrillo and A. Dobrynin and D. Adamson},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2013},
  volume={7 8},
  pages={
          7062-6
        }
}
Graphite's insolubility in conventional solvents is a major obstacle to its utilization. This challenge is typically addressed by chemical modification such as oxidation, followed by reduction. However, pristine graphene possesses superior properties as oxidation and reduction lead to degradation of the graphene. Here we demonstrate the use of an interfacial trapping technique to assemble laterally macroscopic films of pristine graphene that are up to 95% transparent. This is accomplished by… Expand
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