Author(s): Ul Hasan K, Sandberg MO, Nur O, Willander M
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Abstract Graphene is a leading contender for the next-generation electronic devices. We report a method to produce graphene membranes in the solution phase using polymeric imidazolium salts as a transferring medium. Graphene membranes were reduced from graphene oxides by hydrazine in the presence of the polyelectrolyte which is found to be a stable and homogeneous dispersion for the resulting graphene in the aqueous solution. A simple device with gold contacts on both sides was fabricated in order to observe the electronic properties.
This article was published in Nanoscale Res Lett
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Diabetes & Practice