Posts Tagged ‘graphene’

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

Graphene—the 2D hexagonal lattice of carbon—has been under investigation as a new material for electronics applications due to it’s high mobility and other unique properties. At IEDM this year, an entire session (#23) was devoted to showcasing graphene devices, and to sharing the latest processing tricks to grow and (sometimes) transfer the single-atomic-layer of carbon […]

Monday, October 18th, 2010

IEDM 2010 best hints at 22nm node fab tech alternate-channel materials, dual- and tri-gate transistors, and RF, MEMS, lab-on-chip, graphene, analog, memory ReRAM results.

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Researchers from Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) in Korea have found that large graphene films can be formed using CVD over a Ni thin film. The graphene is both strong and stretchy, and at low temperatures the monolayers transferred to SiO2 substrates show electron mobility >3,700 cm2/Vs implying that the quality is as high as mechanically-cleaved graphene. […]