Terahertz imaging and spectroscopy of large-area single-layer graphene

  title={Terahertz imaging and spectroscopy of large-area single-layer graphene},
  author={Joseph L. Tomaino and Andrew D. Jameson and Joshua W. Kevek and Michael J. Paul and Arend M. van der Zande and Robert A. Barton and Paul L. McEuen and Ethan D. Minot and Yun-Shik Lee},
  journal={CLEO: 2011 - Laser Science to Photonic Applications},
THz imaging and spectroscopy using broadband THz pulses map out the THz carrier dynamics of a large-area graphene-on-Si sample, showing that the local sheet-conductivity varies across the sample from σ<inf>s</inf>, = 1.7×10<sup>−3</sup> to 2.4×10<sup>−3</sup> Ω<sup>−1</sup>. 

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