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Graphene oxide, ammonia functionalized

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1 mg/mL, dispersion in H2O

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Synonym(s):
N-doped GO, N-doped graphene oxide
NACRES:
NA.23

form

dispersion in H2O

Quality Level

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Design for Energy Efficiency
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concentration

1 mg/mL

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SMILES string

NC1=C2C3=C4C=C5C=C6C7=C8C9=C%10C%11=C%12C=C(O)C%13C%11C%14=C9C(N)(C7=O)c%15cc%16C%17=C(C(O)=O)C%18=CC%19=C%20C(=C1)C%21=C%22C%23=C%24C=C%25C%26=C%27C=C%28C%29=C%30C%31=C%32C%33=C%34C(C=CC(N)(C%28=C%35C(=O)C=C%36C%37OC%37%38C=C%39C=C%40C(=O)C%41(O)C=C%42C=C%43C=C(O)c%44cc(C(O)=O)c%45c%46c%44c%43c%47c%42c%48C%41=C%49C%40=C%50C(C%19=C%51C(=C%26C(=C%38C%51(N)C%39%50N)C%36%52OC%27%35%52)C%20%53OC%22%25%53)=C%18C%49%54OC%17%54c%48c%55c%16c%56c(c%57c%45ccc%13c%57c%14c%15%56)C%46%58OC%47%55%58)C%30%34N)=CC%59C(=O)C%60=CC%61=C(C(O)=O)c%62ccc(C(O)=O)c%63C=C%64C(=O)C%65%66OC%65%67C%68=C%64C(C%61C%69=C%60C(=C%33%59)C%70(N)C(=C%68%69)C%71=C%67C%72=C%73C%74=C%75C%76=C%77C%78(OC%78%79C=C%24C%80(N)C%81=C%23C%82(OC2%21%82)C%83=C3C%84=C(C(O)=C(O)C%85=CC%86=C(C(O)=O)C%87=CC%88=CC%89=C(C(O)=O)c%90ccc(O)c%12c%90C%10%91OC%89%91C8=C%88C6=C%87C5=C%86C4(N)C%84%85N)C%92%93OC%92C%94=C%95C(=O)C(O)=C%96C=C%97C%98C%99C%96=C%95C%100=C%101C%99=C%102C%103%104OC%103%105C%106=C%107C%108=C%109C(C%110=CC=C(O)C%111=CC%112=CC(=C%97C(O)=O)C(C%106=C%112C%108C%110%111)=C%98%104)=C(C=C%113C(=O)C%66=C%72C%114(OC%109%113%114)C%107=C%73C%105=C%75C%102%115OC%77%115C%101=C%79C%80(N)C%100=C%94C%81=C%83%93)C(O)=O)C(=C%29)C%31=C%76C(=C%71%74)C%32%70N)c%62%63

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vibrant-m

777676

Graphene oxide

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795534

Graphene oxide nanocolloids

vibrant-m

806579

Reduced graphene oxide

Quality Level

100

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100

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100

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100

greener alternative product characteristics

Design for Energy Efficiency
Learn more about the Principles of Green Chemistry.

greener alternative product characteristics

Design for Energy Efficiency
Learn more about the Principles of Green Chemistry.

greener alternative product characteristics

Design for Energy Efficiency
Learn more about the Principles of Green Chemistry.

greener alternative product characteristics

Design for Energy Efficiency
Learn more about the Principles of Green Chemistry.

concentration

1 mg/mL

concentration

4 mg/mL

concentration

2 mg/mL

concentration

-

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Enabling,

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, Enabling

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, Enabling

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Enabling,

General description

N-doped graphene may be prepared by chemical vapor deposition (CVD), direct synthesis of N-graphene and also by electrical annealing of graphene nanoribbons in NH3 in the presence of NH3.Another technique of preparing N-doped graphene by microbial reduction of graphene oxide was reported. N doping alters the electrical properties of graphene effectively by modifying its band structure. A report also shows that doped graphene can act as excellent support for Pt catalysts and show better performance in Li ion batteries.
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Application

Dielectric Materials for Field Effect Transistors (FET); Non-silicon-based materials for integrated circuits (IC).
Nitrogen doping (N-doping) can improve electro-conductivity of graphene sheet .

Storage Class Code

10 - Combustible liquids

WGK

WGK 2

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable


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Preparation of N-doped graphene by reduction of graphene oxide with mixed microbial system and its haemocompatibility
Fan M, et al.
Nanoscale, 6, 4882-4882 (2014)
Laser mediated programmable N doping and simultaneous reduction of graphene oxide.
Guo L,et al.
Advanced Optical Materials, 2, 120-125 (2014)
Chemical vapor deposition of N-doped graphene and carbon films: the role of precursors and gas phase.
Ito Y, et al.
ACS Nano, 8.4, 3337-3346 (2014)
Nitrogen-doped graphene sheets grown by chemical vapor deposition: synthesis and influence of nitrogen impurities on carrier transport.
Lu Y, et al.
ACS Nano, 7.8, 6522-6532 (2013)
Influence of N-doping on the structural and photoluminescence properties of graphene oxide films.
Khai TV, et al.
Carbon, 50, 3799- 3806 (2012)

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