Colloidal Antireflection Coating Improves Graphene–Silicon Solar Cells

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Nano Letters
DOI: 10.1021/nl400353f

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Tunable Carrier Type and Density in Graphene/PbZr0.2Ti0.8O3 Hybrid Structures through Ferroelectric Switching

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Nano Letters
DOI: 10.1021/nl4002052

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A Graphene-Based Hot Electron Transistor

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Nano Letters
DOI: 10.1021/nl304305x

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Dynamics of Single Fe Atoms in Graphene Vacancies

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Nano Letters
DOI: 10.1021/nl304495v

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Photosystem I on Graphene as a Highly Transparent, Photoactive Electrode

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Langmuir
DOI: 10.1021/la305020c

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Nanotechnology wonder material (no, it’s not graphene) to tackle environmental challenges

A new wonder material that can generate hydrogen, produce clean water and even create energy.

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Innovative graphene technologies: Developments and characterisation

In order to collect vital information on graphene, this book is compiled in two volumes. Volume 1 is specifically meant for the beginners who want to understand the science and technology associated with the nanomaterial. The first objective of this book is to furnish detailed information on the manufacturing or syntheses of graphene and related materials in the lab without the need of special equipments. The chapters are written systematically so that it is easy to understand science, engineering and technology behind the material.

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Experimental graphene earphones outperform most commercial headsets

Researchers have exploited the extraordinary electrical and mechanical properties of graphene to create a very efficient electrical/sound transducer. This experimental graphene loudspeaker, without any optimized acoustic design, is simple to make and already performs comparably to or better than similar sized commercial counterparts, and with much lower power consumption. Most speakers available today reproduce sound via a mechanical diaphragm, which is displaced oscillatorily during operation. A wide-band audio speaker typically requires significant damping to broaden the response. Even without optimization, the graphene speaker is able to produce frequency response across the whole audible region, comparable or superior to performance of conventional-design commercial counterparts.

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Electron-Tunneling Modulation in Percolating Network of Graphene Quantum Dots: Fabrication, Phenomenological Understanding, and Humidity/Pressure Sensing Applications

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Nano Letters
DOI: 10.1021/nl4003443

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Enhancement of the Electrical Properties of Graphene Grown by Chemical Vapor Deposition via Controlling the Effects of Polymer Residue

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Nano Letters
DOI: 10.1021/nl304420b

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