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  • High Quality Three-Dimensional Nanoporous Graphene

    About Overview Organization & Management Strategy Open Positions Access Research Researchers & L... tructure, it is demonstrated to be 500 cm 2 /Vs in electron mobility and a mass-less Dirac cone system. As the conventi... onal transistor requires electron mobility of 200 cm 2 /Vs, it is greatly expected that this ... level, which is similar with the 2D graphene. The electron mobility of the nanoporous graphene with different pore siz...
  • AIMResearch-2010.pdf

    RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS 2010 A publication of the WPI Advanced Institute for Materials Research RESE... zinc oxide without introducing any impurities. The electron mobility, a measure of how quickly electrons can move under...
  • Nanomaterials: Graphene grows up

    About Overview Organization & Management Strategy Open Positions Access Research Researchers & L... his phenomenon gives graphene intrinsically higher electron mobility than any other known material — a feature that pro... massless Dirac fermions — and thus the astonishing electron mobility — of two-dimensional (2D) systems 1 . Turning grap... ovided by said author. keywords nanopores graphene electron mobility Tweet more Research Highlights Research Researcher...
  • AIMResearch-2016.pdf

    RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS 2016 A publication of the WPI Advanced Institute for Materials Research SPEC... ace for trapping molecules, and the same highspeed electron mobility as their flat counterparts. In their latest work, ... hey move between its carbon atoms. This remarkable electron mobility has raised the exciting possibility of producing s... areas. However, it is tricky to preserve the high electron mobility of graphene in such 3D graphene ‘sponges' because ...
  • AIMResearch-2013.pdf

    RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS 2013 A publication of the WPI Advanced Institute for Materials Research RESE... R at Tohoku University has found a way to preserve electron mobility and generate higher luminescence efficiency in OLE...
  • Three-dimensional graphene: Sponge-like nanomaterials soak up electrons

    About Overview Organization & Management Strategy Open Positions Access Research Researchers & L... areas. However, it is tricky to preserve the high electron mobility of graphene in such 3D graphene ‘sponges' because ...
  • AIMResearch-2014.pdf

    RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS 2014 A publication of the WPI Advanced Institute for Materials Research RESE... his phenomenon gives graphene intrinsically higher electron mobility than any other known material — a feature that pro... massless Dirac fermions — and thus the astonishing electron mobility — of two-dimensional (2D) systems1. Turning graphe...
  • Electronically connected GNRs foresee high-speed electronics

    About Overview Organization & Management Strategy Open Positions Access Research Researchers & L... rol graphene's electronic properties, such as high electron mobility, tailored band gaps and s pin-aligned zigzag edges...
  • Oxides: Approaching perfection

    About Overview Organization & Management Strategy Open Positions Access Research Researchers & L... zinc oxide without introducing any impurities. The electron mobility, a measure of how quickly electrons can move under...
  • Organic electronics: It’s all in the twist

    About Overview Organization & Management Strategy Open Positions Access Research Researchers & L... R at Tohoku University has found a way to preserve electron mobility and generate higher luminescence efficiency in OLE...