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Reduced graphene oxide

Synonym: rGO

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Related Categories 3D Printing Materials for Research and Development, Carbon Nanomaterials, Graphene and Graphene Oxide, Materials Science, Nanomaterials,
description   chemically reduced
form   powder
composition   Carbon, >95 wt. %
  Nitrogen, >5 wt. %
surface area   BET surf. area 450 m2/g
conductivity   >600 S/m
solubility   water: insoluble

Description

Packaging

250, 500 mg in glass insert

Preparation Note

• Reduction method: Chemically reduced
• Color: Black
• Odor: Odorless
• Solubility: Insoluble
• Dispersability: It can be dispersed at low concentrations (<0.1mg/mL) in NPM, DMSO, DMF
• Electrical conductivity: > 600S/m
• BET surface area: 450 m2/g

Application

Webinar: Graphene-Based Nanomaterials for Versatile Biosensors

The spin-coated reduced graphene oxide (rGO) thin films have been used as annode buffer layer to fabricate bulk heterojunction org. solar cells. PEGylated rGO may be used as:
• chemical sensors, biosensors
• as transparent electrodes in light emitting diodes (LEDs) and ITOs
• in lithium ion batteries.

General description

The structure of graphene oxide is similar to graphene containing residual oxygen, heteroatoms and structural defects. Reduced graphene oxide (rGO) can be extracted as thin film from an aqueous solution of graphite oxide (GO) slurry. Many modern procedures for the synthesis of GO are based on the Hummers method, in which graphite is oxidized by a solution of potassium permanganate in sulfuric acid. Reduction of GO using hydrazine has been reported. However, hydrazine is highly toxic and can potentially functionalize GO with nitrogen heteroatoms. Because of these issues, alternatives to hydrazine including NaBH4, ascorbic acid, and HI, among others have been used for the reduction of GO. GO can be reduced as a thin film or in an aqueous solution. Reduction methods have been recently reviewed.

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Adam E. Jakus, Ph.D.1,3*, Ramille N. Shah, Ph.D.1,2,3 1Materials Science and Engineering, McCormick School of Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208 USA 2Comprehensive Transplant Ce...
Adam E. Jakus, Ph.D., Ramille N. Shah, Ph.D.
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Keywords: Biomaterials, Cancer, Deposition, Electronics, Evaporation, Gene expression, Nanotechnology, Solvents

3D Printing of Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Composites

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*Materials Science Product Management Team, MilliporeSigma, Milwaukee, WI.
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Applications of Graphene Oxide and Reduced Graphene Oxide

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Avery Luedtke, Ph.D.
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Keywords: Cancer, Catalysis, Materials Science, Nanomaterials, Reductions, Semiconductor, Solar cells

Fluorescence Quenching Microscopy: Imaging Two-Dimensional Materials

Alane Lim and Jiaxing Huang* Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208, USA *Email: jiaxing-huang@northwestern.edu
Keywords: Chemical vapor deposition, Deposition, Diffraction, Materials Science, Microscopy, Optical microscopy, Scanning electron microscopy, Solvents, Spectroscopy, Spin coating

Graphene Nanoribbons: Production and Applications

Ayrat M. Dimiev1 and James M. Tour2 1EMD Performance Materials Corp., 70 Meister Ave, Somerville, NJ 08876 USA 2Departments of Chemistry, Materials Science and NanoEngineering, and Computer Science, ...
Keywords: Alkylations, Cyclizations, Mass spectrometry, Materials Science, Nanotubes, Organic synthesis, Polymerization reactions, Raman spectroscopy, Separation, Solvents, Sonication, Spectroscopy

Graphene and Other 2D Crystals for Rechargeable Batteries

Francesco Bonaccorso,* Vittorio Pellegrini Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Graphene Labs, 16163, Genova, Italy *Email: francesco.bonaccorso@iit.it
Francesco Bonaccorso, Vittorio Pellegrini
Material Matters, 2016, 11.1, 15
Keywords: Adhesion, Adsorption, Automotive, Chemical vapor deposition, Degradations, Deposition, Diffusion, Electronics, Environmental, Lithiations, Nanomaterials, Nucleic acid annealing, Oxidations, Reductions, Renewable energy, Separation, Solvents, Sonication

Graphene-Based Transparent Conductive Electrodes

Kehan Yu1 and Junhong Chen2* 1Department of Chemical Engineering Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio 44106 2Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwauk...
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Molybdenum Disulfide: Understanding Hydrogen Evolution Catalysis

Linyou Cao Department of Materials Science and Engineering Department of Physics North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA Email: lcao2@ncsu.edu
Keywords: Adsorption, Bacterial conjugations, Catalysis, Chemical industry, Chemical vapor deposition, Degradations, Deposition, Electrochemical reactions, Environmental, Indicators, Industries, Infrared spectroscopy, Materials Science, Nanotubes, Oxidations, Recombination, Renewable energy

Novel Graphene‑Based Nanostructures Production, Functionalization, and Engineering

Manuela Melucci,1 Simone Ligi,2 Vincenzo Palermo3* 1ISOF – Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy 2GNext sas, Italy 3ISOF – Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy *Email: vincenzo.p...
Keywords: Absorption, Asymmetric synthesis, Catalysis, Deposition, Electronics, Evaporation, Nucleic acid annealing, Oxidations, Reductions, Semiconductor, Silylations, Solvents, Sonication

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