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The structure and properties of graphite oxide depend on particular synthesis method and degree of oxidation. It typically preserves the layer structure of the parent graphite, but the layers are buckled and the interlayer spacing is about two times larger (~0.7 nm) than that of graphite. Strictly speaking "oxide" is an incorrect but historically established name. Besides oxygen epoxide groups (bridging oxygen atoms), other functional groups experimentally found are: carbonyl (C=O), hydroxyl (-OH), phenol, for graphite oxides prepared using sulphuric acid (e.g. Hummers method) also some impurity of sulphur is often found, for example in a form of organosulfate groups .There is evidence of "buckling" (deviation from planarity), folding and cracking of graphene oxide sheets upon deposition of the layers on a choice of substrate. The detailed structure is still not understood due to the strong disorder and irregular packing of the layers.
Posted By: AsterixThe detailed structure is still not understood due to the strong disorder and irregular packing of the layers.
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