Conductive “alkylated” graphene paper is prepared by post-fabrication modification of graphene oxide paper with hexylamine followed by hydrazine reduction in a one-pot process. The “alkylation” with hexylamine stabilizes the stacked paper structure during the reduction, maintaining its well-ordered morphology and resulting in uniform conductivity and good mechanical properties.
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