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Graphene-based materials GM1 and GM2 have been synthesized by explosive exfoliating two different precursors: graphite oxide and graphite intercalated with chlorine trifluoride respectively. Compositional and structural transformations of the precursors into final graphene-based materials have been followed by using combination of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, FTIR and Raman spectroscopy, and Scanning Electron Microscopy. Specific surface area, pore size and electrical conductivity of the synthesized materials have also been measured. Comparative mass spectrometry analysis of the gas co-products emitted during synthesis has revealed that synthesis of GM1 from graphite oxide is more environmentally viable. However, synthesized GM2 materials possess higher electrical conductivity and are characterized by larger size of graphene sheets. We have demonstrated that the graphene nanosheets can be produced from suspensions of the GM1 and GM2 materials in the aqueous solution of a surfactant dodecylbenzenesulfonate. The potential applications areas for the synthesized materials have been discussed.

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Александр Борисович Бондарчук
CIC energiGUNE

Анатолий Степанович Лобач
Института проблем химической физики РАН

Сергей Алексеевич Баскаков
Института проблем химической физики РАН

Natalia Spitsyna
Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RAS

Aleksandr Ryzhkov
National Research Center "Kurchatov Institute"

Valery Kazakov
Keldysh Research Center

Alexander Michtchenko
Instituto Politecnico Nacional

Alexander Gusev
"Scientific and Technical Center" TATA"" LLC

Роман Дмитривич Мысык
CIC energiGUNE

Yury Shulga
Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RAS; National University of Science and Technology MISIS

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Для цитирования:

Бондарчук А.Б., Лобач А.С., Баскаков С.А., ., ., ., ., ., Мысык Р.Д., . . Альтернативная энергетика и экология (ISJAEE). 2014;(19):14-27.

For citation:

Bondarchuk O.B., Lobach A.S., Baskakov S.A., Spitsyna N.G., Ryzhkov A.V., Kazakov V.A., Michtchenko A., Gusev A.L., Mysyk R.D., Shulga Yu.M. SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GRAPHENE-BASED MATERIALS PRODUCED VIA THERMAL EXFOLIATION OF GRAPHENE OXIDE AND OF ClF3 INTERCALATED GRAPHITE. Alternative Energy and Ecology (ISJAEE). 2014;(19):14-27. (In Russ.)

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