Prof. Ruoff’s 4 nanostructure papers in Carbon, Nano Letters, and Chemistry of Materials.

These papers are about the chemical analysis of graphene oxide films after heat and chemical treatments by X-ray photoelectron and Micro-Raman spectroscopy, achieving tunable electrical Conductivity of individual graphene oxide sheets Reduced at “low” temperatures, the creation of aqueous suspensions of chemically modified garphene sheets and their characterization, and in collaboration with Professors Michael Trenary and Allan Nichols, and graduate student Panchatapa Jash, all of the University of Illinois-Chicago, on the synthesis and Characterization of single-crystal strontium hexaboride nanowires.