Prof. Jian Ru Gong
National Center for Nanoscience and Technology
Graphene, a conceptually new class of materials in condensed-matter physics, has been the interest of many theoretical studies due to the extraordinary thermal, mechanical and electrical properties for a long time. This book is a collection of the recent theoretical work on graphene from many experts, and will help readers to have a thorough and deep understanding in this fast developing field.
Graphene - Synthesis, Characterization, Properties and Applications
The discovery of graphene has led to a deluge of international research interest, and this new material in the field of materials science and condensed-matter physics has revealed a cornucopia of new physics and potential applications. This collection gives a roughly review on the recent progress on the synthesis, characterization, properties and applications of graphene, providing useful information for researchers interested in this area.
New Progress on Graphene Research
This book collects some new progresses on research of graphene from theoretical and experimental aspects in a variety of topics, such as graphene nanoribbons, graphene quantum dots, and graphene-based resistive switching memory. The authors of each chapter give a unique insight about the specific intense research area of graphene. This book is suitable for graduate students and researchers with background in physics, chemistry, and materials as reference.