The oxidation of graphite leads to various functional groups of the graphene surface. Employing the appropriate functional groups allows us to attach both small and macro molecules to the sheet surface with the goal of controlling sheet assembly.
Evolution of Heterogeneity and Chemical Functionality during the Oxidation of Graphite
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Colloids and Interfaces, 2022, DOI: 10.3390/colloids6030044
Characterization of graphene oxide: Variations in reported approaches
Zhang, Z.; Schniepp, H. C.; Adamson, D. H.
Carbon 2019 On line:pre-proof
Altering and Investigating the Surfactant Properties of Graphene Oxide
Harish, K. V.; Huang, K. Y.-S.; Ward, S. P.; Adamson, D. H.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2017 493:365-370
Fractionation and Characterization of Graphene Oxide by Oxidation Extent Through Emulsion Stabilization
Kumar, H. V.; Woltornist, S. J.; Adamson, D. H.
Carbon 2016 98:491-495.