When using hydrazine as a reduction agent to reduce graphene oxide, which is the product hydrazine oxidises to?
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I'm not sure whether this has ever been examined in detail. It is likely that nobody bothered to collect the (volatile) reaction products of hydrazine.
According to a procedure provided by the group of Rodney Ruoff (DOI), the reduction was performed in an open flask equipped with a reflux condenser. An aqueous suspension GO was first sonicated (to support exfoliation) until it became clear, then hydrazine hydrate was added and the mixture refluxed at 100 °C for 24 hours. During this time, the reduction product precipitated as a black solid.
No remarks on what actually happened to the hydrazine were given in this article.