A leavening strategy to prepare reduced graphene oxide foams

  • Niu Z
  • Chen J
  • Hng H
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Abstract

Making graphene "bread": A leavening strategy - involving hydrazine vapor - is used to prepare reduced graphene oxide (rGO) foams with porous and continuously cross-linked structures from freestanding compact GO layered films. Such rGO foams perform excellently as flexible electrode materials for supercapacitors and selective organic absorbents.

Author-supplied keywords

  • foams
  • graphene
  • selective absorption
  • supercapacitors

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