Graphene reduced from magnesiothermic reaction Public Deposited

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  • Production of graphene by reduction using a magnesiothermic reaction
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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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