763705

Sigma-Aldrich

Graphene oxide

2 mg/mL, dispersion in H2O

Linear Formula:
CxOyHz
NACRES:
NA.23

form

dispersion in H2O

Quality Level

concentration

2 mg/mL

refractive index

n20/D 1.333

density

0.981 g/mL at 25 °C

SMILES string

O=C(O)C1C2=C3C4=C5C6=C7C8=C9C%10=C%11C(C%12=C%13C%10=C%14C8=C%15C6=C%16C4=C%17C2=CC(C(O)=O)C%18=C%17C%19=C%16C%20=C%15C%21=C%14C%22=C%13C(C%23=C%24C%22=C%25C%21=C%26C%20=C%27C%19=C%28C%18=CC(C(O)=O)C%29=C%28C%30=C%27C%31=C%26C%32=C%25C%33=C%24C(C%34=C%35C

InChI

1S/C140H42O20/c141-131(142)26-13-23-15-44-62(140(159)160)45-16-24-14-40-31(132(143)144)5-1-29-41-20-48(135(149)150)56-33-7-3-28-27-2-6-32-55-37(133(145)146)11-9-35-60(138(155)156)42-17-25-18-43-61(139(157)158)36-10-12-38(134(147)148)58-46-21-50(137(153)154)59-47-22-49(136(151)152)57-34-8-4-30-39(19-26)51(23)78-72(44)88-75(45)80-52(24)79(54(29)40)95-71(41)83(56)101-93-69(33)64(28)91-90-63(27)68(32)92-86(66(35)55)73(42)81-53(25)82-74(43)87(67(36)58)96-76(46)85(59)103-97-77(47)84(57)102-94-70(34)65(30)89(78)105-104(88)115-98(80)111(95)116(101)126-122-110(93)107(91)120-119-106(90)108(92)99(81)114-100(82)112(96)118(103)128(124(114)119)123-113(97)117(102)127(130(122)129(120)123)121(109(94)105)125(115)126/h2,5,7-10,12-22,26,38,48-50H,1,3-4,6,11H2,(H,141,142)(H,143,144)(H,145,146)(H,147,148)(H,149,150)(H,151,152)(H,153,154)(H,155,156)(H,157,158)(H,159,160)

InChI key

VTWITIAIMADGRM-UHFFFAOYSA-N

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General description

  • Chloride free (purified by dialysis)
  • Monolayer sheet
  • sheet diameter <10 micron

Packaging

25, 100 mL in glass bottle

Features and Benefits

Large surface area, high chemical stability, good charge carrier properties.

Preparation Note

Product may aggregate over time to form larger particles. Sonicate before use if single layer graphene oxide required.

RIDADR

NONH for all modes of transport

WGK Germany

WGK 2

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

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