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Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO)

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The two-dimensional carbon allotrope known as graphene has become one of the most popular materials on the planet, and for good reason. With the ability to conduct massive amounts of heat and electricity along with its flexible and lightweight nature, graphene has already begun to improve the effectiveness of existing materials. Reduced graphene oxide can be achieved through a variety of chemical and electrochemical means. Scientists have been working on effective ways to reduce graphene oxide with the hope of being able to create large quantities of high-quality graphene that can be used in large-scale operations. While the process of making reduced graphene oxide hasn’t yet been perfected, this emerging material will surely shape the way industry leaders do business in the years to come.

CAS-No.: 7782-42-5

1. Preparation Method

N2H4 Chemical Reduced Method

2. Characterizations


Brownish grey powder


~1 nm

Monolayer Diameter

0.5-10 μm

Monolayer Rate



~180 m2/g

Carbon Content

>82 wt.%


>500 S/m


Typical SEM Image of ACS Material Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO)


Typical TEM Image of ACS Material Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO)

3. Application Fields

Graphene and polymers manufacture, water purification, flexible rechargeable battery electrode, optically transparent films, papers, sensors, nanocarriers for metal catalysis, anti-electrostatic additives, adsorption material and biomedicine etc.

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Research Citations of ACS Material Products

1. Vicentini, Nicola, Teresa Gatti, Marco Salerno, Yuriko Suemi Hernandez Gomez, Mattia Bellon, Sasha Gallio, Carla Marega, Francesco Filippini, and Enzo Menna. "Effect of different functionalized carbon nanostructures as fillers on the physical properties of biocompatible poly (l-lactic acid) composites." Materials Chemistry and Physics 214 (2018): 265-276.