794341 Sigma-Aldrich

Graphene oxide

15-20 sheets, 4-10% edge-oxidized, 1 mg/mL, dispersion in H2O

  • Linear Formula CxOyHz

  •  PubChem Substance ID 329768441

  •  NACRES NA.23



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form   dispersion in H2O
concentration   1 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)


General description

• Form: Brown/Black suspension
• Bulk Density: ~1.8 g/cm3
• Number of layers: 15-20


50, 200 mL in glass bottle

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