Partially oxidized graphene as a precursor to graphene

@article{Eda2011PartiallyOG,
  title={Partially oxidized graphene as a precursor to graphene},
  author={Goki Eda and James M. Ball and Cecilia Mattevi and Muge Acik and Luca Artiglia and Gaetano Granozzi and Yves J Chabal and Thomas D. Anthopoulos and Manish Chhowalla},
  journal={Journal of Materials Chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={11217-11223}
}
Solution exfoliation of graphite holds promise for large-scale bulk synthesis of graphene. Non-covalent exfoliation is attractive because the electronic structure of graphene is preserved but the yield is low and the lateral dimensions of the sheets are small. Chemical exfoliation via formation of graphite oxide is a highly versatile and scalable route but the covalent functionalization of graphene with oxygen significantly alters the properties. Here, we report a new method for large-scale… Expand

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