Programmable writing of graphene oxide/reduced graphene oxide fibers for sensible networks with in situ welded junctions.

@article{Cao2014ProgrammableWO,
  title={Programmable writing of graphene oxide/reduced graphene oxide fibers for sensible networks with in situ welded junctions.},
  author={Jun Cao and Yongyi Zhang and Chuanling Men and Yanyan Sun and Zhaona Wang and Xuetong Zhang and Qingwen Li},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2014},
  volume={8 5},
  pages={4325-33}
}
Direct spinning of the graphene oxide (GO) dispersions from a moveable spinneret along the programmed track, i.e., a "programmable writing" technique, was developed to make nonwoven, nonknitted, graphene-based networks with excellent mechanical properties. The resulting GO networks can be successfully converted into reduced GO (RGO) ones with better mechanical properties as well as excellent electrical conductivity via thermal/chemical reduction. In situ welded junctions formed during… CONTINUE READING