In Situ Synthesis of Thermochemically Reduced Graphene Oxide Polyimide Composites
- In Situ Synthesis of Thermochemically Reduced Graphene Oxide Polyimide Composites
- graphene oxide; graphene; polyimide; electrical conductivity
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- 대한화학회 춘계 학술대회
- Highly conductive reduced graphene oxide (GO) polyimide nanocomposites are synthesized by a well-organized in situ thermochemical synthesis technique. The surface functionalization of GO was carried out with aryl diazonium salt including 4-iodoaniline to form phenyl functionalized GO (I-Ph-GO). The thermochemically developed reduced GO (R-I-Ph-GO) has five times higher electrical conductivity (42,000 S/m) than typical reduced GO (R-GO). We also demonstrate a R-I-Ph-GO/polyimide (PI) composites having more than 104 times higher conductivity (~1 S/m) compared to a R-GO/PI composites. Finally, our on-going researches with functionalized GO (I-Ph-GO) and applications will be introduced and discussed.
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