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900442 Aldrich

Graphene/PEDOT:PSS hybrid ink

dispersion in DMF

Synonym: Conductive ink, Electrochemically exfoliated graphene ink, G/PEDOT:PSS, Graphene ink




50 mL in glass bottle

General description

• Graphene preparation method: Electrochemical exfoliation.
• Graphene thickness by AFM: 80%, 1-3 layers.
• Sheet size by AFM: 10 μm.
• Oxygen content: 7.5% (by XPS) (C/O-ratio: 12.3).
• Raman I_D/I_G ratio: 0.4.
• Sheet resistance: 4.8 kΩ/sq.
• Typical properties of films produced thereof (after spray coating):
a) 11 nm film: 90% transmittance, 1200 Ω/sq (as made).
b) 20 nm film: 80% transmittance, 500 Ω/sq (as made).

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Sold under Material Transfer Agreement with Xinliang Feng group at TU Dresden.

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