Light Transmittance and Electrical Conductivity Properties of Gelam Wood Carbon Nanosheet and Its Derivatives

Syarif, Nirwan and Wandasari, Mellysa and Rohendi, Dedi Light Transmittance and Electrical Conductivity Properties of Gelam Wood Carbon Nanosheet and Its Derivatives. Carbon Science and Technology, 8 (4). pp. 35-42. ISSN 0974 – 0546 (Unpublished)

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    Abstract

    The research on the preparation and characterization of transparent electrode carbon nanosheet based gelam woods bark doped with SnO2 - SbO2. Carbon nanosheet was prepared from gelam wood bark by microwave pyrolysis assisted hydrothermic reaction for 16 hours and then was heated in the microwave oven at 800 ˚C. Characterization of transparent electrodes were made using XRD, SEM, FTIR - Raman, impedance spectroscopy and UV-Visible spectrophotometry to study crystallography, surface morphology, functionality, electrical conductivity value, and optical properties. XRD analysis of carbon nanostructured crystals showed in simple cubic, i.e., 2θ = 26.87; 26.38, Sn metal in tetragonal crystal is formed at an angle 2θ = 28.587; 34.35; 51.99; 62.2 and Sb metal formed BCC cubic structures at angles 2θ = 40.34. SEM analysis show that the carbons have self-curling sheets which indicated that their surfaces have many defect. FTIR spectrograms indicate that CNS-O has several absorption peaks at for –OH stretch for free water and alcohol. At 2337 cm-1 was showed a carboxylic acid peaks and C=C stretch at 1627 cm-1. All carbonss exhibit abroad disorder-induced D-band (∼1330 cm-1) and in-plane vibrational G-band (∼1590 cm-1). Impedance spectroscopy shown that electrical conductivity of transparent electrode ranges from 1.26 x 10-7 Scm-1 – 5.03 x 10-7 Scm-1. Band gap values in the transparent electrode range from 2 eV - 3 eV which means they have conductor – semiconductor characters. The analysis of UV-Vis spectrophotometry showed the existence of maximum absorption in 400-530 nm and 550-700 nm.

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: Q Science > QD Chemistry
    Divisions: Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences > Department of Chemistry
    Depositing User: Dr Nirwan Syarif
    Date Deposited: 28 Dec 2017 14:49
    Last Modified: 28 Dec 2017 14:49
    URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/7569

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