publication . Article . 2016

Graphene Synthesis by Plasma-Enhanced CVD Growth with Ethanol

Teresa Campo; María Cotto; Francisco Márquez; Eduardo Elizalde; Carmen Morant;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2016
  • Publisher: Neuroscience Publications
  • Country: Spain
A modified route to synthesize graphene flakes is proposed using the Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) technique, by using copper substrates as supports. The carbon source used was ethanol, the synthesis temperature was 950°C and the pressure was controlled along the whole process. In this CVD synthesis process the incorporation of the carbon source was produced at low pressure and 950°C inducing the appearance of a plasma blue flash inside the quartz tube. Apparently, the presence of this plasma blue flash is required for obtaining graphene flakes. The synthesized graphene was characterized by different techniques, showing the presence of non-oxidized graphene wi...
free text keywords: AFM, Chemical vapor deposition, Graphene flakes, Plasma-Enhanced, Raman spectroscopy, Física
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