How to get between the sheets: A review of recent works on the electrochemical exfoliation of graphene materials from bulk graphite

This source preferred by Amor Abdelkader

This data was imported from Scopus:

Authors: Abdelkader, A.M., Cooper, A.J., Dryfe, R.A.W. and Kinloch, I.A.

Journal: Nanoscale

Volume: 7

Issue: 16

Pages: 6944-6956

eISSN: 2040-3372

ISSN: 2040-3364

DOI: 10.1039/c4nr06942k

© 2015 The Royal Society of Chemistry. Since the beginning of the 'graphene era' post-2004, there has been significant interest in developing a high purity, high yield, and scalable fabrication route toward graphene materials for both primary research purposes and industrial production. One suitable approach to graphene production lies in the realm of electrochemical exfoliation, in which a potential difference is applied between a graphite anode/cathode in the presence of an electrolyte-containing medium. Herein we review various works on the electrochemical fabrication of graphene materials specifically through the use of electrochemical intercalation and exfoliation of a graphite source electrode, focusing on the quality and purity of products formed. We categorise the most significant works in terms of anodic and cathodic control, highlighting the merits of the respective approaches, as well as indicating the challenges associated with both procedures.

The data on this page was last updated at 05:01 on April 21, 2018.