777676

Sigma-Aldrich

Graphene oxide

4 mg/mL, dispersion in H2O

Synonym(s):
GO dispersion in H2O
Linear Formula:
CxOyHz
NACRES:
NA.23

Quality Level

description

dispersibility: Polar solvents
monolayer content (measured in 0.5mg/mL): >95%

form

dispersion in H2O

concentration

4 mg/mL

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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Application

GO may be used to deliver a controlled dosage of bone morphogenetic protein-2 for bone regeneration. It may be used to fabricate graphene-based transparent conductive electrodes. GO is attractive for use in electronic devices. In addition to being the components in electronic devices, GO and rGO have been used in nanocomposite materials, polymer composite materials, energy storage, biomedical applications, catalysis and as surfactants.

Packaging

50, 200 mL in glass bottle

Storage and Stability

Seal well, prevent from light and store it in a cool room.

RIDADR

NONH for all modes of transport

WGK Germany

WGK 1

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

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La WG, et al.
Carbon, 78, 428-438 (2014)
Graphene-based transparent conductive electrodes
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Nature communications, 3, 1194-1194 (2012-11-15)
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