Karl W. Putz, Owen C. Compton, Marc J. Palmeri, SonBinh T. Nguyen and L. Catherine Brinson High-Nanofiller-Content Graphene Oxide–Polymer Nanocomposites via Vacuum-Assisted Self-Assembly Advanced Functional Materials 20
Well-ordered graphene oxide–polymer nanocomposite papers with high nanofiller loading are fabricated via vacuum-assisted self-assembly. This process utilizes an inexpensive experimental setup to afford papers with widely varying nanofiller content (44–77 wt%) in relatively quick fashion (≈11 nm min−1). The mechanical properties of the nanocomposites are dependent on the type of intercalated polymer (PVA or PMMA) and are significantly improved over pure component films/papers.
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