Bilayer graphene nanoribbon conductance model in parabolic band structure

S. Mahdi Mousavi, Mohammad Taghi Ahmadi, N. Aziziah Amin, Zaharah Johari, Hatef Sadeghi, Sohail Anwar, Razali Ismail

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Abstract

Single and bilayer graphenes have received considerable attention since the fabrication of Graphene nanoribbon (GNR) by Wang et al. [1] due to its excellent transport properties. Bilayer GNR consists of two weakly, van der Waals stacked honeycomb sheets of carbon atoms in a Bernal stacking [2,3] as can be seen in figure 1. The stacking layers are separated for about 0.3 nm [4]. The band structure of single layer graphene has linear dispersion relation whilst bilayer graphene has a quadratic dispersion [4] which provides an interesting venue research activity. In addition, these materials also offer useful electronics application because of its high carrier mobility which is crucial for the field-effect transistor operation. The carrier mobility in turn related to the conductance governed by the conductivity theory in which it helps indicate the transport performance of the bilayer GNR especially for the use of GNR as a conducting channel, connecting the source and drain electrodes.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication2010 International Conference on Enabling Science and Nanotechnology, ESciNano 2010 - Proceedings
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StatePublished - Dec 1 2010
Event2010 International Conference on Enabling Science and Nanotechnology, ESciNano 2010 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Duration: Dec 1 2010Dec 3 2010

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Other2010 International Conference on Enabling Science and Nanotechnology, ESciNano 2010
CountryMalaysia
CityKuala Lumpur
Period12/1/1012/3/10

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Mousavi, S. M., Ahmadi, M. T., Amin, N. A., Johari, Z., Sadeghi, H., Anwar, S., & Ismail, R. (2010). Bilayer graphene nanoribbon conductance model in parabolic band structure. In 2010 International Conference on Enabling Science and Nanotechnology, ESciNano 2010 - Proceedings [5701015] https://doi.org/10.1109/ESCINANO.2010.5701015
Mousavi, S. Mahdi ; Ahmadi, Mohammad Taghi ; Amin, N. Aziziah ; Johari, Zaharah ; Sadeghi, Hatef ; Anwar, Sohail ; Ismail, Razali. / Bilayer graphene nanoribbon conductance model in parabolic band structure. 2010 International Conference on Enabling Science and Nanotechnology, ESciNano 2010 - Proceedings. 2010.
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