Micron-scale ordered gold patterns were deposited through a metallic copper grid positioned onto graphene oxide (GO) film. The exposure to a xenon light source results in the formation of conductive GO/metal interface with photocurrent generation. It is suggested that such simple method might serve as an efficient path for the formation of multifunctional patterned metal-carbon interconnects.

LIGHT INDUCED CHANGE IN CONDUCTIVITY OF GRAPHENE OXIDEFILMS PATTERNED BY METAL MASKS

VALENTINI, LUCA;CARDINALI, MARTA;KENNY, Jose Maria
2012

Abstract

Micron-scale ordered gold patterns were deposited through a metallic copper grid positioned onto graphene oxide (GO) film. The exposure to a xenon light source results in the formation of conductive GO/metal interface with photocurrent generation. It is suggested that such simple method might serve as an efficient path for the formation of multifunctional patterned metal-carbon interconnects.
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