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Over the past decade, electrical detection of chemical and biological species using novel nanostructure-based devices has attracted significant attention for chemical, genomics, biomedical diagnostics, and drug discovery applications. The use of nanostructured devices in chemical/biological sensors in place of conventional sensing technologies has(More)
The full spectrum from attachment-kinetic-dominated to diffusion-controlled modes is revealed for the cases of monolayer h-BN chemical vapor deposition (CVD) growth and Ar/H2 etching. The sets of grown and etched structures exhibit well-defined shape evolution from Euclidian to fractal geometry. The detailed abnormal processes for merging h-BN flakes into(More)
Single-layer and mono-component doped graphene is a crucial platform for a better understanding of the relationship between its intrinsic electronic properties and atomic bonding configurations. Large-scale doped graphene films dominated with graphitic nitrogen (GG) or pyrrolic nitrogen (PG) were synthesized on Cu foils via a free radical reaction at growth(More)
A critical challenge for the integration of optoelectronics is that photodetectors have relatively poor sensitivities at the nanometer scale. Generally, a large electrodes spacing in photodetectors is required to absorb sufficient light to maintain high photoresponsivity and reduce the dark current. However, this will limit the optoelectronic integration(More)
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