We supply epitaxial graphene on silicon carbide
Graphene is a crystal plane built up of carbon (C) atoms with sp2 bonding in a honeycomb lattice in which carbon participates with three in-plane bonds while the forth one is unsaturated bond in the perpendicular direction.
- Near-Field Scanning Microwave Microscopy in the Single Photon Regime
- Angle-Dependent Microresonator ESR Characterization of Locally Doped Gd3+:Al2 O3
- Tunable superconducting microstrip resonators
- Suppression of low-frequency charge noise in superconducting resonators by surface spin desorption
- Effect of graphene substrate type on formation of Bi 2 Se 3 nanoplates
- Direct Identification of Dilute Surface Spins on Al2 O3: Origin of Flux Noise in Quantum Circuits
- Observation of Coulomb blockade in nanostructured epitaxial bilayer graphene on SiC
- Probing the uniformity of hydrogen intercalation in quasi-free-standing epitaxial graphene on SiC by micro-Raman mapping and conductive atomic force microscopy
- Origin of the π -band replicas in the electronic structure of graphene grown on 4H -SiC(0001)
- Stable and Tunable Charge Carrier Control of Graphene for Quantum Resistance Metrology
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