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The coefficient of thermal expansion ~CTE! of hydrogenated amorphous carbon (a-C:H) was investigated as a function of the concentration of sp hybridization. The CTE, determined using the thermally induced bending technique, depends on the concentration of sp bonded carbon, increasing to the value of graphite as the sp concentration approaches 100%. By using(More)
We found that with an increase of the potential barrier applied to metallic graphene ribbons, the Klein tunneling current decreases until it is totally destroyed and the pseudo-spin polarization increases until it reaches its maximum value when the current is zero. This inverse relation disfavors the generation of polarized currents in a sub-lattice. In(More)
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