The 81st JSAP Autumn Meeting, 2020

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CS Code-sharing session » 【CS.4】 Code-sharing Session of 4.5 & 17

[8a-Z23-1~10] 【CS.4】 Code-sharing Session of 4.5 & 17

Tue. Sep 8, 2020 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM Z23

Kazunari Matsuda(Kyoto Univ.)

10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

[8a-Z23-5] Raman Spectroscopic Investigation of Proton Penetration Properties of Graphene/Au under Electrochemical Potential Control

Tomohiro Fukushima1, Takaha Komai1, Hidetaka Hasebe1, Kei Murakoshi1 (1.Hokkaido Univ.)

Keywords:Graphene, Electrochemical Raman Spectroscopy, Proton Penetration Properties

Here, we show that molecular modification of graphene surface can alter the proton penetration properties. We prepared graphene on Au (111) surface by chemical vapor deposition. The presence of monolayer graphene on Au(111) was characterized from the Raman spectroscopy. Molecular modification of graphene was accomplished by the electrochemical oxidation of phenylhydrazine derivatives. G band and 2D band were observed for the as-prepared G/Au electrode. On the other hand, D band was additionally observed for Ph-G/Au. Spectral analysis showed that surface density of phenyl group was 0.5 pmol cm-2. We studied the electrochemical potential dependence of G band and 2D band position of G/Au and Ph-G/Au electrode. G band and 2D band remains similar position upon different electrochemical potential modulation. 2D band suddenly dropped at -1.9 V due to the intercalation of H2 molecules underneath of graphene through the proton penetration. This electrochemical potential was reduced over 0.2 V for Ph-G/Au.