A simple method for graphene production based on exfoliation of graphite in water using 1-pyrenesulfonic acid sodium salt

H. Yang, Y. Hernandez, A. Schlierf, A. Felten, A. Eckmann, S. Johal, P. Louette, J.-J. Pireaux, X. Feng, K. Mullen, V. Palermo, C. Casiraghi

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In this work we use a chemical approach based on supra-molecular and non-covalent interactions between graphene and 1-pyrenesulfonic acid sodium salt (Py-1SO) to obtain a stable dispersion of graphene by using only water as solvent. The material has been characterized by a combination of spectroscopic and microscopic techniques. In particular, an extensive Raman analysis shows that we have ∼70% few-graphene layers (
langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)357-365
Nombre de pages9
journalCarbon
Volume53
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étatPublié - 1 mars 2013

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Yang, H. ; Hernandez, Y. ; Schlierf, A. ; Felten, A. ; Eckmann, A. ; Johal, S. ; Louette, P. ; Pireaux, J.-J. ; Feng, X. ; Mullen, K. ; Palermo, V. ; Casiraghi, C. / A simple method for graphene production based on exfoliation of graphite in water using 1-pyrenesulfonic acid sodium salt. Dans: Carbon. 2013 ; Vol 53. p. 357-365.
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