Twinning and twisting of tri- and bilayer graphene.

  title={Twinning and twisting of tri- and bilayer graphene.},
  author={Lola A. Brown and R. Hovden and P. Huang and M. Wojcik and D. Muller and J. Park},
  journal={Nano letters},
  volume={12 3},
  • Lola A. Brown, R. Hovden, +3 authors J. Park
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine, Materials Science
  • Nano letters
  • The electronic, optical, and mechanical properties of bilayer and trilayer graphene vary with their structure, including the stacking order and relative twist, providing novel ways to realize useful characteristics not available to single layer graphene. However, developing controlled growth of bilayer and trilayer graphene requires efficient large-scale characterization of multilayer graphene structures. Here, we use dark-field transmission electron microscopy for rapid and accurate… CONTINUE READING

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