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In this paper, ionic surfactants are employed to intercalate thermally-reduced graphene oxide (TRG). The ionic interaction between the intercalated surfactant and the ionic liquid could lead to the formation of large-sized ionic aggregates and, hence, enlarge the interlayer distance between the TRG sheets. The morphology and vibration modes of these composites were systematically characterized using XRD (X-ray diffraction), SAXS (small-angle X-ray scattering), and FTIR (Fourier transformdoi:10.3390/app8040484 fatcat:d7lcdzqs7vg2hfzhktme2oltku