Low-temperature thermal reduction of graphene oxide nanobrick walls: unique combination of high gas barrier and low resistivity in fully organic polyelectrolyte multilayer thin films. Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Layer-by-layer assembly from aqueous solutions was used to construct multilayer thin films (<200 nm) comprising polyethylenimine and graphene oxide. Low-temperature (175 C) thermal reduction of these films improved gas barrier properties (e.g., lower permeability than SiOx), even under high humidity conditions, and enhanced their electrical conductivity to 1750 S/m. The flexible nature of the aforementioned thin films, along with their excellent combination of transport properties, make them ideal candidates for use in a broad range of electronics and packaging applications.

published proceedings

  • ACS Appl Mater Interfaces

altmetric score

  • 3

author list (cited authors)

  • Stevens, B., Dessiatova, E., Hagen, D. A., Todd, A. D., Bielawski, C. W., & Grunlan, J. C.

citation count

  • 35

complete list of authors

  • Stevens, Bart||Dessiatova, Ekaterina||Hagen, David A||Todd, Alexander D||Bielawski, Christopher W||Grunlan, Jaime C

publication date

  • June 2014