Disusun Ulang Oleh:
Department of Physics
Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, Indonesia University of Education
Follower Open Course Ware at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Physics
Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering
Single-molecule gas detection
Graphene optical modulators
In June 2011, IBM researchers announced that they had succeeded in creating the first graphene-based integrated circuit, a broadband radio mixer. The circuit handled frequencies up to 10 GHz, and its performance was unaffected by temperatures up to 127 degrees Celsius.
Transparent conducting electrodes
Reference material for characterizing electroconductive and transparent materials
Thermal management materials-Thermal interfacial materials
- Most of graphene papers published by Andre Geim's group are downloadable here
- Is Graphene the New Silicon? National Science Foundation, March 27, 2008
- "Band structure of graphene" (PDF). http://www.nanohub.org/resource_files/2005/12/00723/2004.10.20-l21-ece453.pdf. Retrieved 2009-08-15.
- Graphene portal with daily news and resources
- Antonio H. Castro Neto (12 May 2009). "Pauling’s dreams for graphene". http://physics.aps.org/articles/v2/30.
- N M R Peres and R M Ribeiro (2009). "Focus on Graphene". New Journal of Physics 11 (9): 095002. Bibcode 2009NJPh...11i5002P. doi:10.1088/1367-2630/11/9/095002.
- Online short course: Colloquium on Graphene Physics and Devices
- List of Authority Articles on Graphene Theme
- Short video explanation 'What is Graphene?'
- Short video 'Graphene and the Carbon Revolution'
- 'Polish team claims leap for wonder material graphene'
- 'Scientists Find Simple Way to Produce Graphene (THE CLAIM of DISCOVERY BY THE AUTHORS IS ERRONEOUS. THEY HAVE BEEN INFORMED OF THIS AS OF AUGUST 8 2011
- 'Graphene technology moves closer'
- 'What Graphene offers for future Electronic Devices by Linda Rae'
- 'Nobel Prize Winners Use Keithley'
- 'Graphene Shows Promise: Reserachers are Looking for New Materials that can take over where Silicon will Leave Off'
- 'How To Avoid Self-Heating Effects on Nanoscale Devices'
- 'Defects Improve Graphene Conductivity'
- 'Rice University lab shows troop how any carbon source can become valuable graphene'