Graphene is a perfectly two-dimensional single-atom thin membrane with zero bandgap. It has attracted huge attention due to its linear dispersion around the Dirac point, excellent transport properties, novel magnetic characteristics, and low spin-orbit coupling. Graphene and its nanostructures may have potential applications in spintronics, photonics, plasmonics and electronics. This book brings together a team of experts to provide an overview of the most advanced topics in theory, experiments, spectroscopy and applications of graphene and its nanostructures. It covers the state-of-the-art in tutorial-like and review-like manner to make the book useful not only to experts, but also newcomers and graduate students.
Table of Contents
Introduction.- Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Graphene.- Epitaxy of Graphene on Metals.- The Electronic Properties of Adsorbates on Graphene.- PN Junction Devices in Graphene.- Magneto-transport in Graphene Nanostructures.- Modeling and Simulation: from Graphene Chemistry to Electronic circuits.- Ab-initio Calculations of Graphene Oxide.- Quantum to Boltzmann Transport in Graphene.- Field-Modulation in Armchair Graphene Nanoribbons.- Field-Modulation in Bilayer Graphene.- Theory of Mesoscopic Graphene Systems, Rings and Superlattices.- Possible Ordered States in Graphene Systems.- Conduction in Graphene Nanoribbons.- Electronic and Transport Properties of Nanographene and Nanoribbons.- Electronic Structure of Monolayer and Bilayer Graphene Nanoribbons and their Device Application: A Computational Study.- Epitaxy of Graphene on SiC.