Frederik Edler

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Graphene nanoribbons will be essential components in future graphene nanoelectronics. However, in typical nanoribbons produced from lithographically patterned exfoliated graphene, the charge carriers travel only about ten nanometres between scattering events, resulting in minimum sheet resistances of about one kilohm per square. Here we show that(More)
The electrical conductivity of solid-state matter is a fundamental physical property and can be precisely derived from the resistance measured via the four-point probe technique excluding contributions from parasitic contact resistances. Over time, this method has become an interdisciplinary characterization tool in materials science, semiconductor(More)
Topological insulators are guaranteed to support metallic surface states on an insulating bulk, and one should thus expect that the electronic transport in these materials is dominated by the surfaces states. Alas, due to the high remaining bulk conductivity, it is challenging to achieve surface-dominated transport. Here we use nanoscale four-point setups(More)
Graphene structures of finite size are expected to reveal exceptional electronic and magnetic properties which are highly attractive for future nano-technological applications. In this study we have looked at the edge-states in graphene nanoribbons (GNR) grown by self-assembly on mesa structured SiC(0001) templates. By means of a 4-tip STM/SEM system, both(More)
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