Publication details

Authors: Daoli, Zhao; Lu, Zhang; David, Siebold; Derek, DeArmond; T., Alvarez Noe; N., Shanov Vesselin; R., Heineman William 
Title: Electrochemical Studies of Three Dimensional Graphene Foam as an Electrode Material 
Type: Journal Article 
Publisher: Electroanalysis 
Year: 2017 
Volume: 29 
Issue: 
Start Page: 1506 
End Page: 1512 
DOI: 10.1002/elan.201700057 
Abstract: Abstract Graphene foam is one kind of network of three dimensional (3D) graphene, which inherits the properties of two dimensional graphene and overcomes the aggregation/stacking of graphene sheets. In this work, graphene foam has been characterized by scanning electron microscopy and Raman spectroscopy. A graphene foam electrode was evaluated as a new electrode material by cyclic voltammetry (CV) and used for the detection of trace level of Pb2+ by anodic stripping voltammetry (ASV). Under the optimized condition of deposition potential (1.2V) and deposition time (2min), the detection limit is estimated to be 40 nM for Pb2+ based on the 3 method.