The eight products include graphene, graphene oxide, nanoporous graphene, single-walled carbon nanotube, multi-walled carbon nanotube, carbon nanofiber, nanocarbon, carbon nanoball (carbon nano-sphere).
What does GO stand for?
GO stands for Graphene Oxide
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We have 13 other meanings of GO in our Acronym Attic
- Gothic (linguistics)
- Government Obligation (finance)
- Government of Ontario
- Government Office
- Government Operations
- Government Organization
- Grand Organ
- Grands Ontario (Car Club)
- Grant Officer
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Graphene (and graphene oxide) can be produced from graphite by different methods such as thermal expansion of chemically intercalated graphite, micromechanical exfoliation of graphite, chemical vapor decomposition, and chemical reduction method of graphene oxide (7).
The researchers have investigated the use of graphene oxide films in which the semiconductor titanium dioxide (TiO2) and metal nanoparticles are deposited on opposite sides of the graphene surface.
Large-scale graphene-based applications such as gas sensors, ultracapacitors, or transparent conductive electrodes use a suspension or colloidal dispersion of chemically modified graphenes (CMG) or reduced graphene oxide.
To create a catalyst system that can tolerate more carbon monoxide, they deposited platinum nanocrystals on a support material of graphene oxide and reduced it slightly with radiation to increase its electrical conductivity.
They synthesized graphene through electrochemical methods, and they applied the reduction process simultaneously on graphene oxide and platinum.
Among known strategies for the fabrication of the graphene-based materials, utilization of graphene oxide (GO) is the most versatile and easily scalable, because the presence of covalently attached oxygen-containing groups in GO such as hydroxyl, epoxy groups on the basal plane, and carboxyl groups at the edge provides a handle for further surface chemical functionalizations via the well-developed carbon chemistry.