Combined electrophoretic deposition–anodization method to fabricate reduced graphene oxide–TiO2 nanotube films
Yun, Jung-Ho, Wong, Roong Jien, Ng, Yun Hau, Du, Aijun, & Amal, Rose (2012) Combined electrophoretic deposition–anodization method to fabricate reduced graphene oxide–TiO2 nanotube films. RSC Advances, 2(21), pp. 8164-8171.
We directly constructed reduced graphene oxide–titanium oxide nanotube (RGO–TNT) film using a single-step, combined electrophoretic deposition–anodization (CEPDA) method. This method, based on the simultaneous anodic growth of tubular TiO2 and the electrophoretic-driven motion of RGO, allowed the formation of an effective interface between the two components, thus improving the electron transfer kinetics.
Composites of these graphitic carbons with different levels of oxygen-containing groups, electron conductivity and interface reaction time were investigated; a fine balance of these parameters was achieved.
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