GraphITA 2011: Selected papers from the Workshop on Fundamentals and Applications of Graphene

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Luca Ottaviano, Vittorio Morandi
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 6, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 231 pages
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In recent years, graphene based research has witnessed a tremendous explosion. This two dimensional "dream" material has come into the main spotlight of fundamental and applied research in diverse nano-science fields, but surprisingly rapidly, it has also attracted the interest of major stakeholders in the private sector (especially industries in the ICT sector). The technological exploitation of graphene can be considered to be based on four fundamental interconnected wide topics: growth and synthesis methods, nano-structuring and tailoring of graphene properties, structural and physical characterization, and device design and applications. This proceedings book presents the results highlighted at GraphITA 2011, a multidisciplinary and intersectorial European Workshop on Synthesis, Characterization and Technological Exploitation of Graphene. The workshop realised on 15-18 May at Gran Sasso National Laboratories (Assegi-L'Aquila, Italy) has brought together scientists and engineers working on different technological uses of graphene in a multidisciplinary and multisectorial (academia/industry) environment.
 

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Contents

Study of Graphene Growth Mechanism on Nickel Thin Films
1
Elastic Moduli in Graphene Versus HydrogenCoverage
8
Electrical Response of GO Gas Sensors
17
Spectral Properties of Optical Phonons inBilayer Graphene
27
A New Wide Band Gap Form of HydrogenatedGraphene
33
Transfer Dopingand Hydrogen Intercalation
39
Interface Electronic Differences BetweenEpitaxial Graphene Systems Grown on the Siand the C Face of SiC
50
Towards a GrapheneBased Quantum Interference Device
57
The Effect of AtomicScale Defects on Graphene Electronic Structure
137
Theoretical Frameworks to Study the Electromagnetic Interactions in Graphene
146
Transmission Electron Microscopy Study of Graphene Solutions
157
Strain Effect on the Electronic and Plasmonic Spectra of Graphene
164
Chemically Derived Graphene for Subppm Nitrogen Dioxide Detection
171
Fast Diffusion of Graphene Flake and CommensurateIncommensurate Phase Transition
177
Organic Functionalization of SolutionPhase Exfoliated Graphene
181
UV Lithography On Graphene Flakes Produced By Highly Oriented Pyrolitic Graphite Exfoliation Through Polydimethylsiloxane Rubbing
186

High Field Quantum Hall Effect in Disordered Graphene Near the Dirac Point
61
Folding Scrolling Tubing Rippling and Twisting
75
Axial Deformation of Monolayer Graphene under Tension and Compression
86
Morphological and Structural Characterization of Graphene Grown by Thermal Decomposition of 4HSiC 0001 and by C Segregation on Ni
99
Synthesis of Graphene Films on Copper Substrates by CVD of Different Precursors
108
Lattice Gauge Theory for Graphene
119
A Chemists Method for Making Pure Clean Graphene
129
Photonic Crystal Enhanced Absorbance of CVD Graphene
195
Ab Initio Studies on the Hydrogenation at the Edges and Bulk of Graphene
203
Engineering of Graphite Bilayer Edges by CatalystAssisted Growth of Curved Graphene Structures
209
Controlling Magnetism by Magnetic Proximity Effect
214
Graphite Nanopatterning Through Interaction with Bioorganic Molecules
221
Index
229
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