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The two additional peaks at 1,037 and 1,088 cm−1 for MG and at 1,044 cm−1 for PMG corresponds to distinct C–O stretching vibrations, involving the formation of metal nanoparticles by binding C–O with different metal ions [31]. In general RGO, the intensity of the O–H band at 3,430 cm−1 was reduced due to the de-oxygenation of the GO functionalities. For the RGO-(PMMA) nanocomposites obtained from the in situ method, the bands present at 3,420, 1,726 and 1,620 cm−1 are due to the presence of O–H, C = O and C = C groups, respectively [33].

A brief description about the synthesis and ­characterization of graphene is also included in this chapter. Since the present book deals with the applications of graphene nanocomposites in various fields of flexible and wearable electronics, we think this chapter is of much significance as electrical conductivity is the basis for graphene’s such applications. After giving an outline about the electrical properties of graphene polymer composites, the various factors affecting the conductivity such as filler aspect ratio, dispersion, modification of graphene surfaces etc.

Express Polymer Letters 6: 1017–1031. Yu H Y, Xu M Q, Yu S H, Zhao G C (2013) A novel non-enzymatic glucose sensor based on CuO - graphene nanocomposites. International Journal of Electrochemical Science 8: 8050–8057. Paszkiewicz S, Szymczyk A, Spitalsky S, Soccio M, Mosnacek J, Ezquerra T A, Roslaniec Z (2012) Electrical conductivity of poly(ethylene terephthalate)/expanded graphite nanocomposites prepared by in situ polymerization. Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 50: 1645–1652.

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