Optical transmittance of multilayer graphene

@article{Zhu2014OpticalTO,
  title={Optical transmittance of multilayer graphene},
  author={Shou-En Zhu and Shengjun Yuan and G.C.A.M. Janssen},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={108}
}
We study the optical transmittance of multilayer graphene films up to 65 layers thick. By combing large-scale tight-binding simulation and optical measurement on CVD multilayer graphene, the optical transmission through graphene films in the visible region is found to be solely determined by the number of graphene layers. We argue that the optical transmittance measurement is more reliable in the determination of the number of layers than the commonly used the Raman spectroscopy. Moreover, the… 

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