[Transparent conductive reduced graphene oxide thin films produced by spray coating] 喷涂法制备还原氧化石墨烯透明导电薄膜

Hong Fei Shi, Can Wang*, Zhipei Sun, Yue Liang Zhou, Kui Juan Jin, Guo Zhen Yang

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Reduced graphene oxide thin films were fabricated on quartz by spray coating method using a stable dispersion of reduced graphene oxide in N,N-Dimethylformamide. The dispersion was produced by chemical reduction of graphene oxide, and the film thickness was controlled with the amount of spray volume. AFM measurements revealed that the thin films have near-atomically flat surface. The chemical and structural parameters of the samples were analyzed by Raman and XPS studies. It was found that the thin films show electrical conductivity with good optical transparency in the visible to near infrared region. The sheet resistance of the films can be significantly reduced by annealing in vacuum and reach 58 kΩ with a light transmittance of 68.69% at 550 nm. The conductive transparent properties of the reduced graphene oxide thin films would be useful to develop flexible electronics.

Original languageChinese
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2014
MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed


  • reduced graphene oxide
  • spray coating
  • transparent conductive film

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