Experimental study on thermo-physical and rheological properties of stable and green reduced graphene oxide nanofluids: Hydrothermal assisted technique

  title={Experimental study on thermo-physical and rheological properties of stable and green reduced graphene oxide nanofluids: Hydrothermal assisted technique},
  author={Rad Sadri and Khosro Zangeneh Kamali and Mir ghasem Hosseini and Nashrul Zubir and Salim Newaz Kazi and Goodarz Ahmadi and Mahidzal B. Dahari and N. M. Huang and Amir Moradi Golsheikh},
  journal={Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology},
  pages={1302 - 1310}
ABSTRACT In this study a dehydration hydrothermal technique has been used to introduce a simple, environmentally friendly and facile method for manufacturing highly dispersed reduced graphene oxide for improving the thermo-physical and rheological properties of heat transfer liquids. The hydrothermal reduction of graphene oxide was verified by various characterizations methods such as UV–visible absorption spectroscopy, Zeta potential, Raman spectroscopy, X-ray photoemission spectroscopy, X-ray… 

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