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  • We, for the first time, employ magnesiothermic reaction to convert microwave-irradiated graphite oxide to pure graphene. The magnesiothermic reaction raises the carbon to oxygen atomic ratio from 22.2 to 165.7 and maintains a high surface area. The new strategy demonstrates an efficient method for obtaining highly pure graphene materials.
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  • Luo, W., Wang, B., Wang, X., Stickle, W. F., & Ji, X. (2013). Production of graphene by reduction using a magnesiothermic reaction. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England), 49(91), 10676-10678. doi:10.1039/c3cc46368k
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  • This research was financially supported by Oregon State University (OSU). We appreciate the help from Ms. Teresa Sawyer and Dr. Peter Eschbach for their kind help in SEM and TEM measurements in OSU EM Facility, funded by National Science Foundation, Murdock Charitable Trust and Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute.
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