Anodic bonded graphene

Abstract : We show how to prepare graphene samples on a glass substrate with the anodic bonding method. In this method, a graphite precursor in flake form is bonded to a glass substrate with the help of an electrostatic field and then cleaved off to leave few layer graphene on the substrate. Now that several methods are available for producing graphene, the relevance of our method is in its simplicity and practicality for producing graphene samples of about 100 µm lateral dimensions. This method is also extensible to other layered materials. We discuss some detailed aspects of the fabrication and results from Raman spectroscopy, local probe microscopy, and transport measurements on these samples.
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Adrian Balan, Rakesh Kumar, Mohamed Boukhicha, Olivier Beyssac, Jean-Claude Bouillard, et al.. Anodic bonded graphene. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, IOP Publishing, 2010, 43 (37), pp.374013. ⟨10.1088/0022-3727/43/37/374013⟩. ⟨hal-00569705⟩

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