Timothy van der Laan

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Atomically thin graphene holds exceptional promise to enable new functionalities and drastically improve performance of electronic, energy, sensing, and bio-medical devices. One of the most promising approaches to device-compatible graphene synthesis is chemical vapour deposition on a copper catalyst; this technique however is limited by very high(More)
Here, we present a rapid, low-temperature (200°C) plasma-enabled synthesis of graphene micro-islands (GMs). Morphological analyses of GMs by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM) feature a uniform and open-networked array of aggregated graphene sheets. Structural and surface chemical characterizations by Raman spectroscopy and(More)
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