N-Doping of graphene oxide at low temperature for the oxygen reduction reaction.

  title={N-Doping of graphene oxide at low temperature for the oxygen reduction reaction.},
  author={Hengcong Tao and Chao Yan and Alex W. Robertson and Yunnan Gao and Jingjing Ding and Yuqin Zhang and Tao Ma and Zhenyu Sun},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  volume={53 5},
Nitrogen doping of graphene oxide was demonstrated for the first time at a temperature as low as 5 °C in ammonia solution with the aid of ultrasonication. Controlling the ultrasonication time and bath temperature permitted tuning of the N doping level. The resulting N doped graphene oxide showed high activity towards the oxygen reduction reaction. 

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