Intrinsic core level photoemission of suspended monolayer graphene

  title={Intrinsic core level photoemission of suspended monolayer graphene},
  author={T. Susi and M. Scardamaglia and K. Mustonen and A. Mittelberger and M. Al-Hada and M. Amati and H. Sezen and P. Zeller and A. H. Larsen and Clemens Mangler and J. Meyer and L. Gregoratti and C. Bittencourt and J. Kotakoski},
  journal={Physical Review Materials},
  • T. Susi, M. Scardamaglia, +11 authors J. Kotakoski
  • Published 2018
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • Physical Review Materials
  • X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of graphene is important both for its characterization and as a model for other carbon materials. Despite great recent interest, the intrinsic photoemission of its single layer has not been unambiguously measured, nor is the layer-dependence in free-standing multilayers accurately determined. We combine scanning transmission electron microscopy and Raman spectroscopy with synchrotron-based scanning photoelectron microscopy to characterize the same areas of… CONTINUE READING
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