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Properties of advanced (reduced) graphene oxide-alginate biopolymer films. / Vilcinskas, Karolis.

2016. 154 p.

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title = "Properties of advanced (reduced) graphene oxide-alginate biopolymer films",
abstract = "In this work, properties of Calcium alginate-reduced graphene oxide and Barium alginate‐reduced graphene oxide composite films are explored. In addition, the properties of the divalent metal ion-cross-linked alginate composite films are compared to the analogous properties of uncross‐linked Sodium alginate-graphene oxide composite films of the corresponding compositions. As the filler, used in the preparation of the composite films, is obtained by chemical oxidation of graphite, the prevailing knowledge of the process coupled with in situ X-ray diffraction investigation of the samples prepared by such a method is presented as well.",
author = "Karolis Vilcinskas",
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language = "English",
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