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Citation Haberer, D. et al. " Direct observation of a dispersionless impurity band in hydrogenated graphene. " Physical Review B 83 (2011). Article is made available in accordance with the publisher's policy and may be subject to US copyright law. Please refer to the publisher's site for terms of use. The MIT Faculty has made this article openly available.(More)
The full exploration of the potential, which graphene offers to nanoelectronics requires its integration into semiconductor technology. So far the real-world applications are limited by the ability to concomitantly achieve large single-crystalline domains on dielectrics and semiconductors and to tailor the interfaces between them. Here we show a new direct(More)
Lat~ice dynanlical ca.lculatiol]s for surfaces and ill particular for stepped and adsorbed covered surfaces are commonly hampered by the colllplexi(,y of lhe dymmli-cal malrix for these syshvlis. We propose the use of conl-puter algebra progrzuns to set up the dyualnical matrix. In the present illl~}lelllelltatioll the dynamical matrix is calculated fully(More)
The optical properties of carbon nanowall (CNW) films in the visible range have been studied and reported for the first time. Depending on the film structure, ultra-low total reflectance up to 0.13% can be reached, which makes the CNW films a promising candidate for the black body-like coating, and thus for a wide range of applications as a light absorber.(More)
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