Graphene transistors.

@article{Schwierz2010GrapheneT,
  title={Graphene transistors.},
  author={Frank Schwierz},
  journal={Nature nanotechnology},
  year={2010},
  volume={5 7},
  pages={487-96}
}
Graphene has changed from being the exclusive domain of condensed-matter physicists to being explored by those in the electron-device community. In particular, graphene-based transistors have developed rapidly and are now considered an option for post-silicon electronics. However, many details about the potential performance of graphene transistors in real applications remain unclear. Here I review the properties of graphene that are relevant to electron devices, discuss the trade-offs among… CONTINUE READING
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