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Solutions de graphène

Alain Pénicaud — Centre de Recherche Paul-Pascal (Talence)

14 April 2009

Graphite intercalation compounds (GICs), obtained by reducing graphite using alkali metals, are spontaneously soluble in polar organic solvents and form true thermodynamically stable solutions of individualized objects (graphene sheets). After presenting a short overview of the problem of obtaining large scale samples of graphene, we will describe the preparation and characterization of our graphene solutions and deposits made from them.

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