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Nanomechanical and Charge Transport Properties of Two-Dimensional Atomic Sheets

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Title
Nanomechanical and Charge Transport Properties of Two-Dimensional Atomic Sheets
Author(s)
Jeong Young Park; Sangku Kwon; Jong Hun Kim
Publication Date
2014-06
Journal
ADVANCED MATERIALS INTERFACES, v.1, no.3, pp.1300089 -
Publisher
Wiley
Abstract
The materials properties of graphene and other two-dimensional atomic sheets are infl uenced by atomic-scale defects, mechanical deformation, and microstructures. Thus, for graphene-based applications, it is essential to uncover the roles of atomic-scale defects and domain structures of twodimensional layers in charge transport properties. This review highlights recent studies of nanomechanical and charge transport properties of twodimensional atomic sheets, including graphene, MoS 2 , and boron nitrides. Because of intrinsic structural differences, two-dimensional atomic sheets give rise to unique nanomechanical properties, including a dependence on layer thickness and chemical modifi cation that is in contrast to three-dimensional continuum media. Mapping of local conductance and nanomechanical properties on a graphene layer can be used to image the domain and microstructures of two-dimensional atomic layers. This paper also reviews recent experimental and theoretical fi ndings on the role of bending, defects, and microstructures on nanomechanical and transport properties of graphenederived materials.
URI
https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/1501
ISSN
2196-7350
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