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Graphene from HOPG

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ana M. Pérez Jun 13, 2012. 2 Replies

Hi!As in topic, I recently red about achieving graphene from HOPG(Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite) on mica substrate by exfoliation, but there weren't many details about the process. Did anyone of…Continue

 

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"Hi all,  I'm working with graphene and the big problem that I've found it is that nobody tell us exactly how to obteined in a properly way. I've red many papers and my question is how to transfer the graphene of tape to the…"
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"Dear Toja, You need to do any kind of special treatment of HOPG srface. you can just peel off firstfew layers to get fresh surface. Then Peel it off using scotch tape. Then before putting it on any substrate, try repeatedly to make it as thin as…"
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Hi!As in topic, I recently red about achieving graphene from HOPG(Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite) on mica substrate by exfoliation, but there weren't many details about the process. Did anyone of you tried to do this? I need some details about preparing surface of HOPG before exfoliation and about preparing surface of substrate (mica). I've tried to achieve graphene in this way, but the "layers" which I oserved by AFM were too thick.See More
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