Thermal transport in suspended and supported monolayer graphene grown by chemical vapor deposition.

@article{Cai2010ThermalTI,
  title={Thermal transport in suspended and supported monolayer graphene grown by chemical vapor deposition.},
  author={W. Cai and Arden Moore and Yanwu Zhu and X. Li and S. Chen and L. Shi and R. Ruoff},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={10 5},
  pages={
          1645-51
        }
}
Graphene monolayer has been grown by chemical vapor deposition on copper and then suspended over a hole. By measuring the laser heating and monitoring the Raman G peak, we obtain room-temperature thermal conductivity and interface conductance of (370 + 650/-320) W/m K and (28 + 16/-9.2) MW/m(2) K for the supported graphene. The thermal conductivity of the suspended graphene exceeds (2500 + 1100/-1050) W/m K near 350 K and becomes (1400 + 500/-480) W/m K at about 500 K. 
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