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Polytype control of spin qubits in silicon carbide
Crystal defects can confine isolated electronic spins and are promising candidates for solid-state quantum information. Alongside research focusing on nitrogen-vacancy centres in diamond, anExpand
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Scanning electron microscopy characterization of structural features in suspended and non-suspended graphene by customized CVD growth
Abstract We report an improved recipe for synthesizing high quality graphene through chemical vapor deposition (CVD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) characterization of CVD graphene, andExpand
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Air damping of atomically thin MoS2 nanomechanical resonators
We report on experimental measurement of air damping effects in high frequency nanomembrane resonators made of atomically thin molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) drumhead structures. Circular MoS2Expand
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Multilayer MoS2 transistors enabled by a facile dry-transfer technique and thermal annealing
Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) two-dimensional nanostructures have been actively explored for ultrasmall transistors beyond graphene. The current prevailing methods for producing MoS2 devices involveExpand
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An Ultralow Quiescent Current Power Management System With Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) for Batteryless Wireless Sensor Applications
This paper presents a chip-scale ultralow quiescent current power management system that interfaces with electromechanical energy harvester for enabling self-powering, batteryless wireless sensors. AExpand
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High Q silicon carbide microdisk resonator
We demonstrate a silicon carbide (SiC) microdisk resonator with optical Q up to 5.12 × 104. The high optical quality, together with the diversity of whispering-gallery modes and the tunability ofExpand
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High Frequency MoS 2 Nanomechanical Resonators
Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), a layered semiconducting material in transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs), as thin as a monolayer (consisting of a hexagonal plane of Mo atoms covalently bonded andExpand
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Embracing Structural Nonidealities and Asymmetries in Two-Dimensional Nanomechanical Resonators
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Mechanical exfoliation is a convenient and effective approach to deriving two-dimensional (2D) nanodevices from layered materials; but it is also generally perceived as unpreferred as it often yields devices with structural irregularities and nonidealities. Expand
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Design of Black Phosphorus 2D Nanomechanical Resonators by Exploiting the Intrinsic Mechanical Anisotropy
Black phosphorus (P), a layered material that can be isolated down to individual 2D crystalline sheets, exhibits highly anisotropic mechanical properties due to its corrugated crystal structure inExpand
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