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Graphane electrochemistry : electron transfer at hydrogenated graphenes
Graphane, the hydrogenated derivate of graphene is a highly novel material in the field of two dimensional nanocarbon related research. Preparation of hydrogenated graphene is achieved via a high-pressure/high-temperature ...
Noble metal (Pd, Ru, Rh, Pt, Au, Ag) doped graphene hybrids for electrocatalysis
Metal decorated graphene materials are highly important for catalysis. In this work, noble metal doped-graphene hybrids were prepared by a simple and scalable method. The thermal reductions of metal doped-graphite oxide ...
High-pressure hydrogenation of graphene : towards graphane
The conversion of graphene to graphane is of high importance from a technological and scientific point of view. We present here a scalable method for the hydrogenation of graphene based on thermal exfoliation of graphite ...
Graphenes prepared by Staudenmaier, Hofmann and Hummers methods with consequent thermal exfoliation exhibit very different electrochemical properties
Large-scale fabrication of graphene is highly important for industrial and academic applications of this material. The most common large-scale preparation method is the oxidation of graphite to graphite oxide using ...
Influence of parent graphite particle size on the electrochemistry of thermally reduced graphene oxide
Electrochemical applications of graphene are of very high importance. For electrochemistry, bulk quantities of materials are needed. The most common preparation of bulk quantities of graphene materials is based on oxidation ...