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A Graphene Sheet Exfoliated With Microwave Irradiation And Interlinked By Carbon Nanotubes For High-performance Transparent Flexible Electrodes.
Guoqing Xin, W. Hwang, Namhun Kim, Sung Mee Cho, H. Chae
Published 2010 · Materials Science, Medicine
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High quality graphene was obtained though microwave irradiated expansion following a solution process. This method is facile, inexpensive, and produces usable results. Ultrathin, uniform graphene films were fabricated at room temperature by a vacuum filtration method. Combining carbon nanotubes (CNTs) as bridges between graphene flakes allowed the fabrication of high-performance conductive films for flexible applications, with conductivities and optical properties comparable to commercial ITO: 181 Omega sq(-1) at 82.2% transmittance after chemical treatment and doping. With future work, this versatile material could well provide an appropriate transparent electrode for flexible optical electronics.
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