Graphene oxide paper
The starting material is water-dispersed graphene oxide flakes, which typically contain a single graphene layer. These flakes may be chemically bonded, leading to the development of additional new materials. Like the starting material, graphene oxide paper is an electrical insulator; however, it may be possible to tune this property, making the paper a conductor or semiconductor, without sacrificing its mechanical properties.
Detailed studies of graphite oxide paper by V. Kohlschütter and P. Haenni date back to 1918.
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- V. Kohlschütter and P. Haenni (1918). "Zur Kenntnis des Graphitischen Kohlenstoffs und der Graphitsäure". Z. anorg. allg. Chem. 105 (1): 121–144. doi:10.1002/zaac.19191050109.
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