Continuous-distribution puddle model for conduction in trilayer graphene

@article{Thompson2011ContinuousdistributionPM,
  title={Continuous-distribution puddle model for conduction in trilayer graphene},
  author={Richard S. Thompson and Yi Chen Chang and Jia Grace Lu},
  journal={The European Physical Journal B},
  year={2011},
  volume={85},
  pages={1-7}
}
Abstract The temperature dependence of the resistance in trilayer graphene is observed under different applied gate voltages. At small gate voltages the resistance decreases with increasing temperature due to the increase in carrier concentration resulting from thermal excitation of electron-hole pairs, characteristic of a semimetal. At large gate voltages excitation of electron-hole pairs is suppressed, and the resistance increases with increasing temperature because of the enhanced electron… 
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