Applications of Graphene: An Overview by E. L. WolfApplications of Graphene: An Overview by E. L. Wolf

Applications of Graphene: An Overview

byE. L. Wolf

Paperback | January 17, 2014

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Graphene is presented and analyzed as a replacement for silicon. The Primary focus is on solar cell and CMOS device technologies, with attention to the fabrication methods, including extensions needed, in each case. Specialized applications for graphene within the existing silicon technology are discussed and found to be promising.
Edward Wolf is Professor of Physics at Polytechnic Institute of NYU. An experimental physicist with industrial, government and academic experience, he is author of more than 100 papers in areas of solid state and device physics and of texts on Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy, Nanotechnology and the Physics and Applications of Graphene.
Title:Applications of Graphene: An OverviewFormat:PaperbackDimensions:84 pagesPublished:January 17, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319039458

ISBN - 13:9783319039459

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Table of Contents

Physical and Electrical Properties of Graphene.- Semimetal, fully functional, continuous, at one atom thickness.- Transparent, conductive, nonreactive, strong, impermeable, 2600 m2/g surface area.- Carrier mobility, absence of backscattering, current density, refractory property.- Practical productions of Graphene, supply and cost.- Graphite-based methods.- Silicon carbide epitaxial growth.- Methane, chemical vapor deposition-based methods.- Graphene Solar Cells.- Cells utilizing dye absorbers.- Cells utilizing CdTe absorbers.- Related applications of transparent conductive Graphene.- Graphene Logic devices and Moore's Law.- Field effect transistor switches.- Tunnel effect transistor switches.- Complementarity, packing density, power consumption.- Niche applications of Graphene within Silicon Technology.- RF Transistors.- Interconnects in chips.- Flash memory cells.- Touch screens.