Functional Two-Dimensional Layered Materials From Graphene to Topological Insulators: Volume 1344. MRS Proceedings

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  • 168 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Symposium Y, 'Functional Two-Dimensional Layered Materials', held at the 2011 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, California, April 25−29, was the first MRS symposium to focus on graphene, topological insulator thin films and other 2D and quasi-2D materials together, aiming to highlight breakthroughs, progress and challenges in the synthesis, processing, structure and assembly of 2D layered materials and how these factors affect their properties and applications. The session topics included: materials synthesis and processing; structure and characterization; physical and chemical properties; electronic, thermal management and energy applications; topological insulators; and non-carbon 2D materials. This volume presents a selection of the papers given and provides an overview of the research topics and possible applications of 2D materials and related systems.
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Part I - Graphene and Graphene Composites: Synthesis, Processing and Characterization:
1. Langmuir-Blodgett assembly of soft carbon sheets Jiaxing Huang;
2. Reversible tuning of the electronic properties of graphene via controlled exposure to electron beam irradiation and annealing Desalegne Teweldebrahn;
3. Self-aligned graphene sheets-polyurethane nanocomposites Jang-Kyo Kim;
4. Synthesis of graphene-CNT hybrid nanostructures Maziar Ghazinejad;
5. Large-area industrial-scale identification and quality control of graphene Craig Nolen;
6. Rapid large-scale characterization of CVD graphene layers on glass using fluorescence quenching microscopy Jennifer Reiber Kyle;

Part II - Graphene and Graphene Composites: Properties and Applications:
7. Thermal properties of graphene and carbon based materials: prospects of thermal management applications Suchismita Ghosh;
8. Experimental demonstration of thermal management of high-power GaN transistors with graphene lateral heat spreaders Zhong Yan;
9. Top-gate graphene-on-UNCD transistors with enhanced performance Jie Yu;
10. All-carbon composite for photovoltaics Vincent Tung;
11. 1/f noise in graphene field-effect transistors: dependence on the device channel area Guanxiong Liu;
12. Numerical study of scaling issues in graphene nanoribbon transistors Yuh-Renn Wu;
13. Ultracapacitors based on graphene/MWNT composite films Wei Wang;
14. Graphene oxide as a two-dimensional surfactant Jiaxing Huang;
15. The dynamics of formation of graphene-like fluorinated graphene membranes (fluorographene): a reactive molecular dynamics study Douglas Galvao;
16. DNA gating effect from single layer graphene Cengiz Ozkan;
17. Data transmission performance of few-layer graphene ribbons Ali Bilge Guvenc;

Part III - Topological Insulators and Quasi-2D Materials:
18. Low-frequency noise in 'graphene-like' exfoliated thin films of topological insulators Md. Zahid Hossain;
19. 'Pseudo-superlattices' of Bi2Te3 topological insulator films with enhanced thermoelectric performance Vivek Goyal;
20. 'Graphene-like' exfoliation of quasi-2D crystals of titanium ditelluride: a new route to charge density wave materials Javed Khan;
21. Stable superconducting niobium ultrathin films Cecile Delacour;
22. Structural and magnetic properties on F-doped LiVO2 with two-dimensional triangular lattice Yang Li.
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Alexander A. Balandin University of California, Riverside.

Andre Geim University of Manchester.

Jiaxing Huang Northwestern University, Illinois.

Dan Li Monash University, Victoria.
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