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Reduction and Patterning of Graphite Oxide by Camera Flash

A photographic camera flash can instantaneously triggers the de-oxygenation reaction of graphite oxide by photothermal heating. The product is conducting, graphene-like material as shown in the video. Using a photo-mask, conducting patterns can be readily created such as the logos of Northwestern Wildcat and NSF.

Reduction and patterning of graphite oxide by camera flash

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