Thursday, April 14, 2016

Nanoscrolls created from graphene's imperfect cousin

Seeking an alternative, a team of researchers is looking to graphene oxide -- graphene's much cheaper, imperfect form. Graphene oxide is graphene that is also covered with oxygen and hydrogen groups. The material is essentially what graphene becomes if it's left to sit out in open air. The team fabricated nanoscrolls made from graphene oxide flakes and was able to control the dimensions of each nanoscroll, using both low- and high-frequency ultrasonic techniques.

from Geochemistry News -- ScienceDaily

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