Thermal conductivity of suspended few-layer graphene by a modified T-bridge method

@inproceedings{Jang2013ThermalCO,
  title={Thermal conductivity of suspended few-layer graphene by a modified T-bridge method},
  author={Wanyoung Jang and Wenzhong Bao and Lei Jing and Chun Ning Lau and Chris Dames},
  year={2013}
}
We measured the in-plane thermal conductivity of suspended few-layer graphene flakes by a modified T-bridge technique from 300 K to below 100 K. The thermal conductivities at room temperature are 389, 344, 302, and 596 W/m K for 2-, 3-, 4-, and 8-layer graphene, respectively. The thinner (2-, 3-, 4-layer) graphene samples did not show any clear thickness dependence, while the thicker (8-layer) sample clearly has higher thermal conductivity. In situ current annealing was used to remove polymer… CONTINUE READING