Graphene flakes under controlled biaxial deformation

@inproceedings{Androulidakis2015GrapheneFU,
  title={Graphene flakes under controlled biaxial deformation},
  author={Charalampos Androulidakis and Emmanuel N. Koukaras and John Parthenios and George Kalosakas and Konstantinos Papagelis and C Galiotis},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
Thin membranes, such as monolayer graphene of monoatomic thickness, are bound to exhibit lateral buckling under uniaxial tensile loading that impairs its mechanical behaviour. In this work, we have developed an experimental device to subject 2D materials to controlled equibiaxial strain on supported beams that can be flexed up or down to subject the material to either compression or tension, respectively. Using strain gauges in tandem with Raman spectroscopy measurements, we monitor the G and… CONTINUE READING
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