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Enhanced transparent conductive properties of graphene/carbon nano-composite films.
|Title||Enhanced transparent conductive properties of graphene/carbon nano-composite films.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||Fang Y, Wang J, Jia Y, Luo B, Li X, Kang F, Zhi L|
|Journal||Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology|
|Date Published||2013 Feb|
Transparent conductive graphene/carbon nano-composite films are produced based on graphene oxide (GO) sheets and phenolic resins that are layer-by-layer deposited on a quartz substrate using a spin coating technique. The graphene/carbon nano-composite films with high graphitization degree and high crystallization exhibit exceptionally high electrical conductivity and transparency after thermal reduction. A remarkable sheet resistance of 1.98 komega/square at 81.3% transparency in the wavelength of 550 nm is obtained, which significantly outperforms that (3.29 komega/square at 81.7% transparency) of the film produced from pure GO sheets after thermal reduction.
|Alternate Journal||J Nanosci Nanotechnol|