Noncovalent interaction with graphene oxide : the crucial role of oxidative debris

Noncovalent interaction with graphene oxide : the crucial role of oxidative debris

Vitor R. Coluci, Diego Stéfani T. Martinez, Jaqueline G. Honório, Andréia F. de Faria, Daniel A. Morales, Munir S. Skaf, Oswaldo L. Alves, Gisela A. Umbuzeiro

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Graphene oxide (GO) is a very promising material because it is easy to process, water-soluble, and chemically versatile due to the presence of oxygenated groups on its surface. GO has been used in different areas such as electronics, biosensing, and envir

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Noncovalent interaction with graphene oxide : the crucial role of oxidative debris

Vitor R. Coluci, Diego Stéfani T. Martinez, Jaqueline G. Honório, Andréia F. de Faria, Daniel A. Morales, Munir S. Skaf, Oswaldo L. Alves, Gisela A. Umbuzeiro


										

Noncovalent interaction with graphene oxide : the crucial role of oxidative debris

Vitor R. Coluci, Diego Stéfani T. Martinez, Jaqueline G. Honório, Andréia F. de Faria, Daniel A. Morales, Munir S. Skaf, Oswaldo L. Alves, Gisela A. Umbuzeiro

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    The journal of physical chemistry. Part C

    Vol. 118, no. 4 (Jan., 2014), p. 2187-2193