Electrostatic Doping of 2D-Materials—From Single Devices Toward Circuitry Exploration
Starting from the first exfoliated graphene flakes in 2004, 2D-materials have conquered a broad field of possible future applications. Among these, 2D-material based circuits and sensors are very promising candidates for a contemporary industrial adoption. Nevertheless, there are a lot of challenges to master before the goal of a profitable economic adjustment can be achieved. Therefore, we focus on electrostatic manipulation of 2D-materials and nanowires with regard to the doping properties and the analysis by the help of buried chip structures in this paper.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 February 2017
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