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Graphene Oxide (S Method)

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Graphene Oxide by Staudenmaier Method

Product Detail

CAS No.: 7782-42-5

Preparation Method: Staudenmaier Method


*Type A Type B
Diameter 1~15 μm 0.5~20 μm
Specific Surface Area (SSA) 5-10 m2/g ~ 0.55 m2/g
Oxygen Content ~35 wt% ~ 27.14 wt%
Bulk Density 0.008g/cm3 0.452g/cm3

*This product has been Discontinued

TEM Image 1 of Graphene Oxide (S Method), Type B -- ACS Material

TEM Image 2 of Graphene Oxide (S Method), Type B -- ACS Material

XPS Results

Weight Content % Weight Content %
Element Type A Type B
C1s 65.71 71.87
N1s 0.5 0.99
O1s 33.8 27.14

Application Fields

Supercapacitors; Catalyst; Solar energy; Graphene semiconductor chips; Conductive graphene film; Graphene computer memory; Biomaterials; Transparent conductive coatings.

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Research Citations of ACS Material Products

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