Highly ordered monolayers of graphite oxide (GO) were assembled on hydrophilic substrates by the Langmuir-Blodgett technique. AFM observations confirm that the film architecture can be controlled by the pH and GO concentration in the subphase. At pH 10, films drawn over a 50 mg/L GO suspension consist of well-aligned, closely interlocked single or bilayer graphene oxide particles without the presence of larger gaps or overlaps between them.
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