Both mRNA & Viral Vector DNA Injections Graphene Oxide are Strong Radiofrequency Transmitter

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Graphene oxide proves itself to be a strong candidate as an alternative to metals for use as radiofrequency components.

Graphene does indeed seem to be a wonder material. The variety of applications for which this single layer of graphite shows promise extends from electronics devices to energy and biomedicine. Unfortunately, this strong potential is somewhat hampered by the laborious and costly procedures required to either synthesize a single graphene layer or to extract it from high-quality graphite.

Fig. 1: Scanning electron microscopy image of graphene oxide sheets between signal electrodes.

To try and circumvent these issues, attention has been increasingly given to a very close relative: graphene oxide (GO). The crystal homogeneity of GO is not as high as that of graphene and so provides much lower electron mobility. This means it cannot be used as a direct replacement for graphene, but recent studies have shown that it is feasible to construct — among other applications — transistors and molecular sensors based on GO. Seong Chan Jun and colleagues from Yonsei University and several other institutions in Korea have now demonstrated1 that GO could also be successfully used in electronic devices working at radio frequencies.

Unlike graphite, graphite oxide is highly hydrophilic and can be easily broken down into single GO layers by dispersion in solvents. These single sheets can then be easily placed in the desired location. Jun and his co-workers first dispersed graphite oxide in dimethyl formamide solvent by sonication, and then simply deposited a drop of the resulting suspension directly between two gold electrodes. Drying the solution under nitrogen gas then yielded GO sheets that could be thermally reduced under argon at 400 °C to enhance their electrical conductivity.

The researchers performed standard characterization experiments in radiofrequency electronics to determine the capability of GO to transmit electrical signals at frequencies between 0.5 and 40 GHz. They found that although increasing the frequency led to higher signal loss, the resistance and impedance of the sheets decreased quite steadily.

The results show that GO has superior properties to metals in radiofrequency electronics. “In the field of semiconductor devices, aluminum and copper are mainly used as materials for interconnects,” says Jun. “Our results confirm that GO has very efficient transmission capability and is a very strong candidate as an alternative to metal interconnects for use at radio frequencies.”


  1. 1Kim, W.K., Jung, Y.M., Cho, J.H., Kang, J.Y., Oh, J.Y., Kang, H., Lee, H.-J., Kim, J.H., Lee, S., Shin, H.J., Choi, J.Y., Lee, S.Y., Kim, Y.C., Han, I.T., Kim, J.M., Yook, J.-G., Baik, S. & Jun, S.C. Radio-frequency characteristics of graphene oxide. Appl. Phys. Lett. 97, 193103 (2010).Article  Google Scholar 

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