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Atmospheric Dry Hydrogen Plasma Reduction of Inkjet-Printed Flexible Graphene Oxide Electrodes

Originální název

Atmospheric Dry Hydrogen Plasma Reduction of Inkjet-Printed Flexible Graphene Oxide Electrodes

Anglický název

Atmospheric Dry Hydrogen Plasma Reduction of Inkjet-Printed Flexible Graphene Oxide Electrodes

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This study concerns a low-temperature method for dry hydrogen plasma reduction of inkjet-printed flexible graphene oxide (GO) electrodes, an approach compatible with processes envisaged for the manufacture of flexible electronics. The processing of GO to reduced graphene oxide (rGO) was performed in 1–64 s, and sp2/sp2+sp3 carbon concentration increased from approximately 20% to 90%. Since the plasma reduction was associated with an etching effect, the optimal reduction timeo ccurred between 8 and 16 s. The surface showed good mechanical stability when deposited on polyethylene terephthalate flexible foils and significantly lower sheet resistance after plasma reduction. This method for dry plasma reduction could be important for large-area hydrogenation and reduction of GO flexible surfaces, with present and potential applications in a wide variety of emerging technologies.

Anglický abstrakt

This study concerns a low-temperature method for dry hydrogen plasma reduction of inkjet-printed flexible graphene oxide (GO) electrodes, an approach compatible with processes envisaged for the manufacture of flexible electronics. The processing of GO to reduced graphene oxide (rGO) was performed in 1–64 s, and sp2/sp2+sp3 carbon concentration increased from approximately 20% to 90%. Since the plasma reduction was associated with an etching effect, the optimal reduction timeo ccurred between 8 and 16 s. The surface showed good mechanical stability when deposited on polyethylene terephthalate flexible foils and significantly lower sheet resistance after plasma reduction. This method for dry plasma reduction could be important for large-area hydrogenation and reduction of GO flexible surfaces, with present and potential applications in a wide variety of emerging technologies.

BibTex


@article{BUT146609,
  author="Tomáš {Homola} and Jan {Pospíšil} and Richard {Krumpolec} and Pavel {Souček} and Petr {Dzik} and Martin {Weiter} and Mirko {Černák}",
  title="Atmospheric Dry Hydrogen Plasma Reduction of Inkjet-Printed Flexible Graphene Oxide Electrodes",
  annote="This study concerns a low-temperature method for dry hydrogen plasma reduction of inkjet-printed flexible graphene oxide (GO) electrodes, an approach compatible with processes envisaged for the manufacture of flexible electronics. The processing of GO to reduced graphene oxide (rGO) was performed in 1–64 s, and sp2/sp2+sp3 carbon concentration increased from approximately 20% to 90%. Since the plasma reduction was associated with an etching effect, the optimal reduction timeo ccurred between 8 and 16 s. The surface showed good mechanical stability when deposited on polyethylene terephthalate flexible foils and significantly lower sheet resistance after plasma reduction. This method for dry plasma reduction could be important for large-area hydrogenation and reduction of GO flexible surfaces, with present and potential applications in a wide variety of emerging technologies.",
  chapter="146609",
  doi="10.1002/cssc.201702139",
  howpublished="online",
  number="5",
  volume="11",
  year="2018",
  month="february",
  pages="941--947",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}