An Introduction to Solid State Physics and Its Applications by Roger James Elliott, Alan Frank Gibson

By Roger James Elliott, Alan Frank Gibson

Elliott and Gibson's vintage creation to good country physics.

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S. Novoselov, A. K. Geim, S. V. Morozov, et al. Electric field effect in atomically thin carbon films. Science 306, no. 5696 (2004):666–669. ) propagates the required shear stresses to peel off the graphite flakes. The thinnest flake produced by this technique was ~10 nm thick; however, the technique was unable to yield single- or bilayer graphene. The graphene produced by these mechanical exfoliation techniques was used for fabrication of FET devices, which brought a research boom in the field of carbon nanoelectronics.

This antiferromagnetic ground state is consistent with the Lieb theorem for a biparticle lattice within a Hubbard model description [105]. The phenomenon of edge magnetism is not restricted to ideal ZGNRs but is believed to occur in any graphene system that has zigzag edge segments. One of the first suggestions to use the magnetic edges for spintronics applications came from Son et al. [106]. They showed that the application of a transverse electric field causes the antiferromagnetic ZGNRs to become half-metallic.

Kim, H. , Song, Y. , Kim, K. , Hong, B. , and Iijima, S. 2010. Roll-to-roll production of 30-inch graphene thin films for transparent electrodes. Nanotechnology 5: 574–578. 168. , and Duan, X. 2010. Sub-100 nm channel length graphene transistors. Nano Letters 10: 3952–3956. 1 Introduction..................................................................................................... 2 Overview of Graphene Synthesis Methods..................................................... 2 Chemical Exfoliation...........................................................................

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