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Guo, "Performance comparison of graphene nanoribbon FETs with Schottky contacts and doped reservoirs," IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, vol.
Mullen, "Two-dimensional graphene nanoribbons," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
Kliros, "Gate capacitance modeling and width-dependent performance of graphene nanoribbon transistors," Microelectronic Engineering, vol.
Guo, "Edge chemistry engineering of graphene nanoribbon transistors: a computational study," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM '08), December 2008.
Luo, "Strong current polarization and negative differential resistance in chiral graphene nanoribbons with reconstructed (2, 1)-edges," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
The two scientists 3D-printed the cyanobacteria clusters on the mushroom's cap with an 'electronic ink' containing graphene nanoribbons in a spiral pattern.
Li et al., "Graphene nanoribbons derived from the unzipping of carbon nanotubes: controlled synthesis and superior lithium storage performance," The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol.
Tour, Longitudinal unzipping of carbon nanotubes to form graphene nanoribbons. Nature, 458, 872 (2009).
The nitrogen-doped armchair graphene nanoribbon and iron atom adsorbed on armchair hexagonal boron nitride nanoribbon junctions investigated in the present work are illustrated in Figure 1 (before relaxation).
Eui-Hyeok (EH) Yang, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology, to study the properties of graphene nanoribbons for use in infrared (IR) detection.
Such GNW structure can be viewed as periodic repetitions of graphene nanoribbon junctions.
Savin, "Unidirectional ripples in strained graphene nanoribbons with clamped edges at zero and finite temperatures," Physical Review B--Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, vol.