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Graphene: Properties and Applications - Part 5

In this colloquium talk, Professor Alexander Balandin overviews some of graphene's properties, and discuss possible applications, focusing on the work conducted at UC-Riverside. Specifically, Balandin talks about the use of Raman spectroscopy as nanometrology tool for graphene; measurements of the lattice (phonon) thermal conductivity of "free" graphene; unique features of the acoustic phonon transport in 2D crystals such as graphene; electron-beam irradiation effects on graphene; design and fabrication of graphene field-effect transistors; and measurements of the electronic 1/f noise in graphene devices. Balandin concludes with my prediction of possible graphene's practical applications.

Run time: 4.43 mins

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