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Effective Reduction of Oxygen Debris in Graphene Oxide

@inproceedings{SeriLivni2020EffectiveRO,
  title={Effective Reduction of Oxygen Debris in Graphene Oxide},
  author={O. Seri-Livni and C{\'e}cile Saguy and Faris Horani and Erga Lifshitz and Dima Cheskis},
  year={2020}
}
  • O. Seri-Livni, Cécile Saguy, +2 authors Dima Cheskis
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Graphene oxide (GO) raised substantial interest in the last two decades thanks to its unique properties beyond those of pristine graphene, including electronic energy bandgap, hydrophilic behavior and numerous anchoring sites required for functionalization. In addition, GO was found to be a cheap mass-production source for the formation of the pristine graphene. However, the presence of numerous clusters containing oxygen functional groups (called debris) on the GO surface hinders the GO… CONTINUE READING

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