Journal club

  title={Journal club},
  author={Michael S. Fuhrer},
  • M. Fuhrer
  • Published 2009
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Nature
Graphene is an atom-thick sheet of carbon in which electrons behave as if they have no mass. Atomic carbon layers have been grown epitaxially — that is, perfectly aligned with atoms in an underlying crystal surface — on metals and semiconductors for decades, so why the fuss lately? Well, in the past few years much work in this field has revolved around graphene obtained by ‘exfoliating’ or peeling it from graphite. By mounting exfoliated graphene on insulating silicon dioxide, researchers… Expand
6 Citations
Investigation of physical properties of Fe2O3 and graphene-based sandwich-type electrodes for biosensor technology
  • C. G. Ünlü
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics
  • 2020
The usage of composite materials in which graphene combined with magnetic nanoparticles offers benefits for biomedical applications. Stabilization of nanoparticles on the electrode surface which isExpand
The effect of external electric field and metal impurities on the interaction of HF and boraphene: a computational study
It was found that the external electric field could increase the interaction between HF and B 36 systems leading to suggesting Al-B 36 as proper candidate for HF removal applications. Expand
Controlling the Shape of Organic Nanostructures: Fabrication and Properties
Given the rapid advances in the fabrication of nanostructures composed of inorganic materials, scientists have in recent years sought new methods for the fabrication of nanostructures composed ofExpand


Observing the Quantization of Zero Mass Carriers in Graphene
With the use of scanning tunneling spectroscopy of graphene grown on silicon carbide, the discrete, non-equally–spaced energy-level spectrum of LLs is observed, including the hallmark zero-energy state of graphene. Expand