Experimental Review of Graphene

My first academic paper was officially published as of the beginning of this year.

Experimental Review of Graphene (pdf)

Experimental Review of Graphene
Daniel R. Cooper, Benjamin D’Anjou, Nageswara Ghattamaneni, Benjamin Harack, Michael Hilke, Alexandre Horth, Norberto Majlis, Mathieu Massicotte, Leron Vandsburger, Eric Whiteway, and Victor Yu
ISRN Condensed Matter Physics
Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 501686, 56 pages, doi:10.5402/2012/501686

The full-text paper is available as html, and as a pdf by ISRN. A preprint (with chapter headings) is available on arxiv (full-text pdf).

The review is intended to provide an introduction to the study of graphene from an experimental perspective. The topics covered within are:

  1. Electronic structure
  2. Vibrational properties (phonons)
  3. Synthesis (fabrication)
  4. Characterization (measurement / detection techniques)
  5. Electronic transport and field effect (scattering, mobility, conductivity)
  6. Magnetoresistance and the quantum Hall effect
  7. Mechanical properties (micromechanical oscillators, actuators)
  8. Graphene transistors
  9. Optoelectronics (transparent conducting electrodes, photodetectors, light-emitting diodes, photovoltaics, quantum dots)
  10. Sensors (electrochemical and biosensors)

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