Physics of Graphene by Hideo AokiPhysics of Graphene by Hideo Aoki

Physics of Graphene

byHideo AokiEditorMildred S. Dresselhaus

Hardcover | January 7, 2014

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This book provides a state of the art report of the knowledge accumulated in graphene research. The fascination with graphene has been growing very rapidly in recent years and the physics of graphene is now becoming one of the most interesting as well as the most fast-moving topics in condensed-matter physics. The Nobel prize in physics awarded in 2010 has given a tremendous impetus to this topic. The horizon of the physics of graphene is ever becoming wider, where physical concepts go hand in hand with advances in experimental techniques. Thus this book is expanding the interests to not only transport but optical and other properties for systems that include multilayer as well as monolayer graphene systems. The book comprises experimental and theoretical knowledge. The book is also accessible to graduate students.
Title:Physics of GrapheneFormat:HardcoverDimensions:350 pagesPublished:January 7, 2014Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319026321

ISBN - 13:9783319026329

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Table of Contents

Experimental Manifestation of Berry Phase.- Probing Dirac Fermions in Graphene by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy.- Electron and Phonon Transport in Graphene in and out of the Bulk.- Optical Magneto-Spectroscopy of Graphene-Based Systems.- Graphene Constrictions.- Electronic Structure of Monolayer and Multilayer Graphene.- Graphene - Topological Properties, Chiral Symmetry and their Manipulation.- Aspects of the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect in Graphene.- Symmetry Breaking in Graphene Quantum Hall Regime - the Competition between Interactions and Disorder.- Weak Localization and Spin-Orbit Coupling in Monolayer and Bilayer Graphene.