Electrostatic deposition of graphene.

  title={Electrostatic deposition of graphene.},
  author={Anton Sidorov and Mehdi Yazdanpanah and Romaneh Jalilian and P. J. Ouseph and Robert S. Cohn and Gamini U. Sumanasekera},
  volume={18 13},
Loose graphene sheets, one to a few atomic layers thick, are often observed on freshly cleaved HOPG surfaces. A straightforward technique using electrostatic attraction is demonstrated to transfer these graphene sheets to a selected substrate. Sheets from one to 22 layers thick have been transferred by this method. One sheet after initial deposition is measured by atomic force microscopy to be only an atomic layer thick (∼0.35 nm). A few weeks later, this height is seen to increase to ∼0.8 nm… CONTINUE READING
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