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YEARS

2012-2016

FUNDING AMOUNT

900000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Graphene - the ideal two-dimensional crystal consisting of single-layer carbon atoms - has many unique properties. Currently, a large number of studies have focused on graphene two-dimensional nature, while there are few studies about the quantum transport properties based on graphene vertical structure. Carrier transport in the vertical structure will be largely determined by the interfacial properties, which helps to reveal the interfacial properties of graphene with various types of materials. Furthermore, it is favorable to develop novel graphene devices, such as tunneling diodes with high switching ratio, and the ideal spin filter devices, which is complementary with the planar structure of graphene-based devices. This project intends to experiment on preparation of a variety of graphene based vertical structures and measure their quantum transport properties. The detailed study will focus on the physical properties of the vertical structures based on the ferromagnet/graphene/ferromagnet, supercondutor/graphene/superconductor, graphene/semiconductor/graphene, and graphene/insulating layer/graphene sandwiched systems. This project will allow us to reveal new physical phenomena and demonstrate potential applications based on graphene vertical structures. More... »

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