2D atomically thin graphene nanoribbons - DNA self-assembled piezo structures for energy harvesting

@inproceedings{Aphale20122DAT,
  title={2D atomically thin graphene nanoribbons - DNA self-assembled piezo structures for energy harvesting},
  author={Ashish N. Aphale and Shrinivas Bhosale and Isaac G. Macwan and William Sherman and Miad Faezipour and Prabir Patra},
  year={2012}
}
Graphene[1], widely known as single layered graphite, has generated lot of interests as generation next electronic material since its practical existence as free standing film. Its structural flexibility provides an opportunity to tune its electronic properties from being semimetal to semiconductor [2,3] for the fabrication of nanoscale devices[4]. Graphene nanoribbons (GNR) are defined as stretched graphene with straight edges and they transform from semiconductor to semimetal as the width of… CONTINUE READING

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