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Scalable production of water-dispersible reduced graphene oxide and its integration in a field effect transistor
- Scalable production of water-dispersible reduced graphene oxide and its integration in a field effect transistor
- Venu, Reddy; Kasturi, Krishna Chaitanya Satish Babu; Ramulu, Torati Sri; Um, Yun Ji; Trung, T.Q.; Lee, N.-E.; Kim, Cheol Gi
- DGIST Authors
- Ramulu, Torati Sri; Kim, Cheol Gi
- Issue Date
- Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
- Article Type
- Article in Press
- Biological materials; Field effect transistors; Food products; Graphene transistors; Directed synthesis; Environmentally benign; Honey; Large scale preparation; Reduced graphene oxides; Scalable production; Transfer characteristics; Water dispersible; Graphene
- The development of environmentally benign, low-processing and low-cost approaches to the large-scale preparation of advanced nanomaterials based on the use of biological materials is currently attracting great interest. Here, we report the discovery that aqueous honey solutions reduce graphene oxide in a low-cost and an eco-friendly manner, yielding highly water dispersive functionalized reduced graphene sheets. The roles of honey in the reduction of graphene oxide of as-prepared graphene are demonstrated. The possible mechanism for the de-epoxidation of graphene oxide is elucidated. The fabricated a honey-reduced graphene oxide-based field-effect transistor exhibited ambipolar transfer characteristics, thereby demonstrating that the developed material may therefore have applications in electronic devices and sensors. © 2018 The Korean Society of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry.
- Korean Society of Industrial Engineering Chemistry
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