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YEARS

2012-2016

FUNDING AMOUNT

800000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Graphene, a two-dimensional monolayer form of carbon atoms, has attacted worldwide attention due to its excellent electronic properties in past few years. One of the key challenges in the field of graphene synthesis is to further understand the growth mechanism and produce high-quality materials. This study will focus on the system of single-crystal graphene produced by a chemical vapor deposition method using liquid and insulating materials as catalysts, and explore the manipulation of its size、layer number and relative orientation among different graphene flakes. On the other hand, this project will systematically study the controlled formation of self-organized graphene structure with modulated edge under non-equilibrium conditions and the properties of the graphene with novel edge structure. Moreover, this study is aimed to figure out various effects of device fabrication processes on precise evaluation of intrinsic electronic properies of as-grown graphene.The project involves both material synthesis and their electronic device properties, and is important for addressing current problems associated with graphene material production and property characterization. The study of graphene edge structure evolution also provides an ideal, simplest system for exploring pattern formation by self-organization in non- More... »

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