Experimental Review of Graphene

  title={Experimental Review of Graphene},
  author={Daniel R Cooper and Benjamin D'Anjou and Nageswara R Ghattamaneni and Benjamin Harack and Michael Hilke and Alexandre Horth and Norberto Majlis and Mathieu Massicotte and Leron Vandsburger and Eric Whiteway and Victor Yu},
  journal={International Scholarly Research Notices},
This review examines the properties of graphene from an experimental perspective. The intent is to review the most important experimental results at a level of detail appropriate for new graduate students who are interested in a general overview of the fascinating properties of graphene. While some introductory theoretical concepts are provided, including a discussion of the electronic band structure and phonon dispersion, the main emphasis is on describing relevant experiments and important… 

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