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Title: Chemical vapor deposited graphene: Transfer and application
Authors: SONG JIE
Keywords: CVD graphene, Self-reaese layer, Transfer, Ultrathin dielectrics, Low voltage operation FET, Graphene intercalation compound
Issue Date: 23-Aug-2013
Citation: SONG JIE (2013-08-23). Chemical vapor deposited graphene: Transfer and application. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Recent advances in chemical vapor deposition (CVD) have led to the fabrication of large graphene sheets on metal foils for use in research and development. Chapter 1 gives a brief introduction on the fundamentals of graphene and characterization techniques used in this thesis. Chapter 2 reports a more general CVD graphene transfer method which allows transferring graphene with high ?delity at the desired location on almost all surfaces followed with the electrical and optical characterization of the graphene. Chapter 3 presents 2 applications with this graphene transfer technique. One is high ?eld-strength polymer capacitor using graphene as the top contact over a polymer dielectric thin ?lm. The other one is low-operation-voltage organic ?eld-effect transistor using graphene as the gate electrode placed over a thin polymer gate dielectric layer. Chapter 4 extends the application with building a well-defined arti?cial graphite intercalation compound intercalated with different p-dopants which has shown extraordinary tunable electronic properties.
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