Abstract

We present the reduction of solution processed graphene oxide films by hydrogen iodide vapor. The films were studied by Raman spectroscopy and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy and its optoelectronic properties characterized. We obtained reduced graphene oxide films on polyethylene terephthalate flexible substrates with good electrical properties, 3.74×106Ω·m, and high optical transmittance of 70% in the visible range. The fabricated layers contain graphene sheets with sizes up to 10  μm long and 6  μm wide. The presented solution, with highly concentrated processed graphene oxide, could be used as printing ink for manufacturing transparent and conductive electrodes on plastic substrates without the requirement of elevated temperatures.

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