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Screening of the chemical reactivity of three different graphite sources using the formation of reductively alkylated graphene as a model reaction

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Reductive alkylation of three graphite starting materials G(flake), G(powder), and G(spherical) reveals pronounced differences in the obtained covalently functionalized graphene with respect to the degree of functionalization, exfoliation efficiency and product homogeneity, as demonstrated by statistical Raman microscopy (SRM), TGA/MS, IR-spectroscopy and solubility behavior.

Graphical abstract: Screening of the chemical reactivity of three different graphite sources using the formation of reductively alkylated graphene as a model reaction

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Submitted
29 Aug 2013
Accepted
27 Sep 2013
First published
27 Sep 2013

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2013,49, 10811-10813
Article type
Communication

Screening of the chemical reactivity of three different graphite sources using the formation of reductively alkylated graphene as a model reaction

K. C. Knirsch, J. M. Englert, C. Dotzer, F. Hauke and A. Hirsch, Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 10811
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC46621C

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