The role of intercalated water in multilayered graphene oxide.

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A detailed in situ infrared spectroscopy analysis of single layer and multilayered graphene oxide (GO) thin films reveals that the normalized infrared absorption in the carbonyl region is substantially higher in multilayered GO upon mild annealing. These results highlight the fact that the reduction chemistry of multilayered GO is dramatically different… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/nn101844t

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@article{Aik2010TheRO, title={The role of intercalated water in multilayered graphene oxide.}, author={M Nuri Açik and Cecilia Mattevi and Cheng Gong and Geunsik Lee and Kyeongjae Cho and Manish Chhowalla and Yves J Chabal}, journal={ACS nano}, year={2010}, volume={4 10}, pages={5861-8} }