Graphene Dispersion Organic Solvent (C, Purity: >95 %, Hydrophobic)
|Graphene Dispersion Organic Solvent|
|Density||~ 2.1 g/cm³ at 20 °C|
Graphene Dispersion Organic Solvent
The Dispersion Organic Solvent, especially organic ones, are highly desirable as they can greatly facilitate the practical use of this material. To date, dispersion of Graphene Dispersion Solvent has been achieved by covalently functionalizing graphene oxide sheets with various molecules and polymers, but the presence of such stabilizers is mostly undesirable. Applications conversely, the dispersion behavior of prepared graphene oxide has remained largely unexplored. Recently, Cai and Song reported that the prepared graphite oxide nanoplatelets can be dispersed in N,N-dimethylformamide (DMF) without the aid of chemical functionalization, but the exfoliation of the nanoplatelets at the “a” level has not been demonstrated. In additional layers. Common solvents have not been studied. Aiming to expand its processability and future practical applications, we investigated the dispersion behavior of Graphene Dispersion Solvent. Significantly, we have identified several solvents in which the graphite oxide thus prepared can be exfoliated into single sheets of graphene oxide or, at most, into monolayer sheets, forming dispersions with long-term stability comparable to that of the oxide. of graphene. graphene. in water.