Large-scale, consistent graphene-controlled nano-fabrication View Homepage


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YEARS

2013-2016

FUNDING AMOUNT

2900000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Graphene is a promising candidate for future nanoelectronics due to its unique structures and properties. The key issue in this filed is the controllable fabrication of large-scale and uniform graphene nanostructures. This proposal deals with the exploration of controllable graphene nanostructures fabrication techniques, studies of intrinsic physical properties of these well-defined graphene nanostructures, and development of new types of graphene nanodevices based on these structures. Key factors in controlling the graphene nanostructures include their sizes, shapes, positions, periods, and edge structures. The target of this proposal is to make several breakthroughs in controllable fabrication of graphene nanostructures. Fulfill of these missions would pave a way to future integrate graphene nanoelectronic devices and also earn us international reputation in graphene research. More... »

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