Diffusive Transport in Graphene

  title={Diffusive Transport in Graphene},
  author={S. Y. Liu and X. L. Lei and N. Horing},
  journal={IEEE Sensors Journal},
Recently, a single-layer of carbon atoms, termed graphene, has attracted a great deal of interest due to its great potential for application in electronics. In experiments involving graphene, a finite residual conductivity was found at zero gate voltage in the density dependence of conductivity. However, the theoretical explanation of this observation has been confused, with derivations predicting differing values of residual conductivity. In this paper, considering electron-impurity scattering… CONTINUE READING
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