David Perello

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Despite recent progress in producing transparent and bendable thin-film transistors using graphene and carbon nanotubes, the development of stretchable devices remains limited either by fragile inorganic oxides or polymer dielectrics with high leakage current. Here we report the fabrication of highly stretchable and transparent field-effect transistors(More)
Two-dimensional monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides (TMdCs), driven by graphene science, revisit optical and electronic properties, which are markedly different from bulk characteristics. These properties are easily modified due to accessibility of all the atoms viable to ambient gases, and therefore, there is no guarantee that impurities and defects(More)
Recent work has demonstrated excellent p-type field-effect switching in exfoliated black phosphorus, but type control has remained elusive. Here, we report unipolar n-type black phosphorus transistors with switching polarity control via contact-metal engineering and flake thickness, combined with oxygen and moisture-free fabrication. With aluminium contacts(More)
Seamless stitching of graphene domains on polished copper (111) is proved clearly not only at atomic scale by scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) and transmission electron micoscopy (TEM), but also at the macroscale by optical microscopy after UV-treatment. Using this concept of seamless stitching, synthesis of 6 cm × 3 cm monocrystalline graphene without(More)
We report small hysteresis integrated circuits by introducing monolayer graphene for the electrodes and a single-walled carbon nanotube network for the channel. Small hysteresis of the device originates from a defect-free graphene surface, where hysteresis was modulated by oxidation. This uniquely combined nanocarbon material device with transparent and(More)
Devices incorporating nanoscale materials, particularly carbon nanotubes (CNTs), offer exceptional electrical performance. Absent, however, is an experimentally backed model explaining contact-metal work function, device layout, and environment effects. To fill the void, this report introduces a surface-inversion channel model based on low temperature and(More)
We have implemented a tin-oxide-decorated carbon nanotube (CNT) network gas sensor system on a single die. We have also demonstrated the deposition of metallic tin on the CNT network, its subsequent oxidation in air, and the improvement of the lifetime of the sensors. The fabricated array of CNT sensors contains 128 sensor cells for added redundancy and(More)
Atomically smooth van der Waals materials are structurally stable in a monolayer and a few layers but are susceptible to oxygen-rich environments. In particular, recently emerging materials such as black phosphorus and perovskite have revealed stronger environmental sensitivity than other two-dimensional layered materials, often obscuring the interesting(More)
Edge-closed and edge-opened graphene ribbons were synthesized on Pd nanowire templates using plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD). After metal nanowire etching, the tubular shaped thin graphene layers were collapsed to edge-closed graphene ribbon. In order to make edge-opened graphene ribbons, the graphene layers on the top part of the metal(More)