Doping as a Possible Means to create Superconductivity in Graphene

  title={Doping as a Possible Means to create Superconductivity in Graphene},
  author={Kiar Holland},

Evidence of vortices and mixed-state superconductivity in phosphorus-doped graphene. Part I (Nernst)

We have observed phenomena in phosphorus-doped graphene films consistent with mixed-state superconductivity at temperatures as high as 260 K. This evidence includes transport, susceptibility and



Indications of superconductivity in doped highly oriented pyrolytic graphite

We have observed possible superconductivity using standard resistance versus temperature techniques in phosphorous ion implanted highly oriented pyrolytic graphite. The onset appears to be above 100

Magnetic Flux Penetration Into the High-Temperature Superconductors

Theory of the Meissner Effect in Superconductors

High-temperature superconductivity at 25: Still in suspense

A quarter of a century after the discovery of high-temperature superconductivity, there is still heated debate about how it works.

Theory of Superconductivity

IN two previous notes1, Prof. Max Born and I have shown that one can obtain a theory of superconductivity by taking account of the fact that the interaction of the electrons with the ionic lattice is

Ein neuer Effekt bei Eintritt der Supraleitfähigkeit

Electric Field Effect in Atomically Thin Carbon Films

Monocrystalline graphitic films are found to be a two-dimensional semimetal with a tiny overlap between valence and conductance bands and they exhibit a strong ambipolar electric field effect.

The origin of the Meissner effect in new and old superconductors

It is generally believed that superconducting materials are divided into two classes: ‘conventional’ and ‘unconventional’. Conventional superconductors (the elements and thousands of compounds


  • ECE Technical Reports, p. 266, 1992.
  • 1992