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Model of the Electrostatics and Tunneling Current of Metal-Graphene Junctions and Metal-Insulator-Graphene Heterostructures

@article{Chaves2013ModelOT,
  title={Model of the Electrostatics and Tunneling Current of Metal-Graphene Junctions and Metal-Insulator-Graphene Heterostructures},
  author={Ferney A Chaves and David Jim'enez and Aron W. Cummings and Stephan Roche},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2013}
}
In this paper we present a comprehensive model for the tunneling current of the metal-insulator-graphene heterostructure, based on the Bardeen Transfer Hamiltonian method, of the metal-insulator-graphene heterostructure. As a particular case we have studied the metal-graphene junction, unveiling the role played by different electrical and physical parameters in determining the differential contact resistance. 
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