Title

Scalable solid-template reduction for designed reduced graphene oxide architectures

RIS ID

82330

Publication Details

Chen, J., Shepherd, R. L., Razal, J. M., Huang, X., Zhang, W., Zhao, J., Harris, A. T., Wang, S. Xia., Minett, A. I. and Zhang, H. (2013). Scalable solid-template reduction for designed reduced graphene oxide architectures. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 5 (16), 7676-7681.

Abstract

Herein, we report a solid-state reduction process (in contrast to solution-based approach) by using an environmentally friendly reductant, such as vitamin C (denoted VC), to be directly employed to solid-state graphene oxide (GO) templates to give the highly active rGO architecture with a sheet resistance of as low as 10 Ω sq−1. In addition, predesigned rGO patterns/tracks with tunable resistivity can be directly “written” on a preprepared solid GO film via the inkjet-printing technique using VC/H2O as the printing-ink. This advanced reduction process allows foreign active materials to be preincorporated into the GO matrix to form quality active composite architectures.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/am402084y