Impermeable barrier films and protective coatings based on reduced graphene oxide.

@article{Su2014ImpermeableBF,
  title={Impermeable barrier films and protective coatings based on reduced graphene oxide.},
  author={Y Su and Vasyl G. Kravets and Swee Liang Wong and John D. Waters and Andre K Geim and R R Nair},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={4843}
}
Flexible barrier films preventing permeation of gases and moistures are important for many industries ranging from food to medical and from chemical to electronic. From this perspective, graphene has recently attracted particular interest because its defect-free monolayers are impermeable to all atoms and molecules. However, it has been proved to be challenging to develop large-area defectless graphene films suitable for industrial use. Here we report barrier properties of multilayer graphitic… CONTINUE READING

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