GOOGRAPHENE provides professionally prepared graphene-based products! Competitively LOW price! HIGH quality for research! FAST shipping! SALES SINCE 2012!
The price of graphene oxide product in the market today largely depends on the QUALITY of the product. One important factor to consider for the quality is the pH value of graphene oxide when it is in the form of dispersion/solution. The preliminary graphene oxide produced by Hummer method has normally a pH value of from 2 to 3 if no washing step is involved in the entire production process. The acidic nature (pH=2-3) of the un-washed graphene oxide will significantly deteriorate the results of its applications. Therefore, it is advisable to ask a vendor about the pH of the graphene oxide before buying it.
Our graphene oxide-based products were obtained after steps of repetitive washing with a large amount of distilled water. The final products of our graphene oxide dispersions are close to neutral, having a pH of about 6-7. Our solid graphene oxide products were obtained after washing and drying and have a pH of about 6-7 when they dissolve into distilled water with the aid of sonication.
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A SHORT LIST OF RESEARCH CITATIONS OF GOOGRAPHENE PRODUCTS Peer-Reviewed Publications Seyedi et al., “Toward mechanical recycling of polystyrene/polypropylene blends with bottlebrush-modified graphene oxide as a compatibilizer”, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2022, 14, 30, 35074-35086.
Javanbakht et al., “Rheological and physical properties of a nanocomposite of graphene oxide nanoribbons with polyvinyl alcohol”, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, 2022, 35(5), 651-664.
Regis et al., “Near-UV light assisted green reduction of graphene oxide films through l-ascorbic acid”, International Journal of Smart and Nano Materials”, 2021, 12:1, 20-35, DOI: 10.1080/19475411.2021.1887396.
Zhao et al., “Ultrathin and ultrasensitive printed carbon nanotube-based temperature sensors capable of repeated uses on surfaces of widely varying curvatures and wettabilities”, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2021, 13, 8, 10257-10270.
Mohammadi et al., “Graphene oxide membranes for isotopic water mixture filtration: preparation, physicochemical characterization, and performance assessment”, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2020, 12, 31, 34736-34745.
Yafia et al., “Low-cost graphene-based digital microfluidic system”, Micromachines, 2020, 11, 880; doi: 10.3390/mi11090880.
Gonzalez-Rodriguez et al., “Multifunctional graphene oxide/iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetic targeted drug delivery dual magnetic resonance/fluorescence imaging and cancer sensing”, PLoS One, 2019; 14(6): e0217072. Published online 2019 Jun 6. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0217072.
Al-Naddaf et al., “MOF-GO hybrid nanocomposite adsorbents for methane storage", Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2018, 57, 51, 17470-17479.
Amun Amri et al., “Composites of palm oil fuel ash (POFA) based geopolymer and graphene oxide: structural and compressive strength”, IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng., 2018, 420, 012063. doi:10.1088/1757-899X/420/1/012063
Joung et al., “Fabrication of Three-Dimensional Graphene-Based Polyhedrons via Origami-Like Self-Folding”, Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2018(139). URL: https://www.jove.com/video/58500 DOI: 10.3791/58500.
Hasan et al., “Optical Band Gap Alteration of Graphene Oxide via Ozone Treatment”, Scientific Reports, 2017, 7, 6411. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-06107-0.
Kuanyshbekov T.K et al., “Investigation of Temperature influence on the Process of Reduction of Graphene Oxide”, Recent Contributions to Physics, 2017, 2(61), p18-23.
Patents “Compositions and methods for wound treatment”, invented by Daniel D. Holsworth, US11291730 B2, patented on April 5, 2022. “Compositions and methods for wound treatment”, invented by Daniel D. Holsworth, US11369685B2, patented on June 28, 2022.
Dissertations & Theses “Graphene Oxide-Thermoplastic Nanocomposites: Fabrication and Properties”, by Seyedeh Mastooreh Seyedi Ghezghapan, Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science and Engineering, Clemson University, 2022.
“Material Synthesis and Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics”, by Elsa Bramasco-Rivera, Master’s Program in Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at El Paso, 2022, 49 pages.
“A study of the layer-by-layer films with properties of self-healing and UV-protection”, a thesis of Master of Science in Chemical Engineering by Xu Liu, Texas Tech University, 2020, 64 pages.
“Removing heavy metals from wastewater using graphene oxide”, a thesis of Master of in Environmental Engineering, Mid Sweden University, 2020, 30 pages.
“Researching the properties of functionalized few-layer graphene nanostructures”, Dissertation for the Ph.D. in Material science, by Kuanyshbekov Tilek Kuanyshbekuly, Al-farabikazakh National University, 2019, 100 pages.
“Additive manufacturing of energy harvesting material system for active wireless MEMS”, Master degree thesis in Mechanical Engineering by Victor Fernando Elicerio, University of Texas at El Paso, 2018, 93 pages.
“Characterization and modification of optical properties of graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide”, Master degree of Science, Texas Christian University, 2018, 89 pages.
“Optimizing graphene oxide reduction via laser irradiation”, Master degree thesis in Science of Physics by Austin Patrick Osenga, East Carolina University, 2016, 60 pages.
“Investigating solid-state supercapacitors constructed with PVA/CNT nanocomposite electrolytes”, a thesis of Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, by Temmuz Coskun, Wichita State University, 2014, 92 pages.
Research Reports “Electrochemical mineralization of perfluorooctanoic acid”, by Mei Sun and Vivek Francis Pulikkal, NC Water Resources Research Institute, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, August 2019.
OUR CUSTOMERS We are proud that our customers span a vast number (>2000) of prestigious academic organizations (listed below), companies and interested individuals all over the world. A short list of Academic organizations (in random order): Cornell University Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory University of Maryland University of Minnesota National University of Singapore Harvard University Iowa State University Florida International University Texas Christian University The University of Texas at El Paso University of London University of Nevada University of Miami Mercer University California Institute of Technology George Mason University University of California San Diego Saxion University of Applied Science (Netherlands) Mid Sweden University (Sweden) Queens University (Canada) University of California, Berkeley Clemson University St. Cloud State University University of South Carolina Brown University ......
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