Formation of Highly Conducting Optically Transparent Films with Multigraphene Structure via Carbonization of Polyimide Langmuir–Blodgett Films
Multigraphene films have been for the first time obtained on the surface of quartz glass via carbonization of polyimide Langmuir–Blodgett films. The Raman spectra of the films show bands G and D and a broad band at 2300–3200 cm–1, which are characteristic of graphite-like films. The transmission electron microscopy demonstrated that the films are constituted by “stacks” of layers spaced by 0.36 nm. The surface resistance of the 5-nm-thick films was 1.2 ± 0.2 kΩ, and the transmittance was 87% at λ = 550 nm. The transmittance was 97% in the IR part of the spectrum and 70–80% in the UV part.
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