Graphene Fundamentals, Devices and Applications. by Serhii Shafraniuk
By Serhii Shafraniuk
Graphene is the 1st instance of two-dimensional fabrics and is an important progress zone of latest learn. It kinds the root for brand new nanoelectronic functions. Graphene, which contains field-effect constructions, has notable actual properties.
This ebook specializes in useful functions decided via the original houses of graphene. simple recommendations are elucidated by way of end-of-chapter difficulties, the solutions to that are supplied within the accompanying options guide. The mechanisms of electrical and thermal shipping within the gated graphene, interface phenomena, quantum dots, non-equilibrium states, scattering and dissipation, in addition to coherent shipping in graphene junctions are thought of intimately within the booklet. precise analyses and comparability among idea and experiments is complemented with various functional examples.
The publication has developed from the author’s personal examine event and from his interplay with different scientists at tertiary associations and is focused at a large viewers starting from graduate scholars and postdoctoral fellows to mature researchers and business engineers.
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