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Graphene field-effect transistors (GFETs) with different metal electrodes are fabricated to explore the contact characteristics. The contact resistance and the spatial potential distribution along the graphene/metal interface are investigated. The low-doped graphene/metal contact can be reversibly switched between "ohmic" and "space-charge region limited"(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the retinal ultrastructure of streptozocin (STZ)-induced diabetic rats and the intervention effect of Lycium Barbarum Polysaccharides (LBP). METHODS The STZ-induced diabetic SD rat model was established. LBP was given to those in the treatment group by gastrogavage. Changes of body weight, blood glucose, and retinal ultrastructure at(More)
Graphene fi eld-effect transistors (GFETs) are considered promising devices as a result of graphene’s notably high mobility, fl exibility, and ultrathin nature. [ 1 , 2 ] Indeed, high mobility up to 200 000 cm 2 V − 1 s − 1 and extraordinarily large mean free length were observed in clean suspended graphene at 5 K. [ 3 ] Unfortunately, the applications of(More)
The precursor of solution-processed perovskite thin films is one of the most central components for high-efficiency perovskite solar cells. We first present the crucial colloidal chemistry visualization of the perovskite precursor solution based on analytical spectra and reveal that perovskite precursor solutions for solar cells are generally colloidal(More)
Two-dimensional atomic crystals are extensively studied in recent years due to their exciting physics and device applications. However, a molecular counterpart, with scalable processability and competitive device performance, is still challenging. Here, we demonstrate that high-quality few-layer dioctylbenzothienobenzothiophene molecular crystals can be(More)
Multilayered graphene and single-layered graphene are assembled onto perovskite films in the form of Schottky junctions and ohmic contacts, respectively, for the production of a graphene-based hole transporting material-free perovskite solar cell. Multilayered graphene extracts charge selectively and efficiently, delivering a higher efficiency of 11.5% than(More)
The band gap opening of bilayer graphene with one side surface adsorption of F4-TCNQ is reported. F4-TCNQ doped bilayer graphene shows p-type semiconductor characteristics. With a F4-TCNQ concentration of 1.3 x 10(-10) mol/cm(2), the charge transfer between each F4-TCNQ molecule and graphene is 0.45e, and the built-in electric field, E(bi), between the(More)
One of the basic assumptions in organic field-effect transistors, the most fundamental device unit in organic electronics, is that charge transport occurs two dimensionally in the first few molecular layers near the dielectric interface. Although the mobility of bulk organic semiconductors has increased dramatically, direct probing of intrinsic charge(More)