|AVS 58th Annual International Symposium and Exhibition|
|Nanomanufacturing Science and Technology Focus Topic||Tuesday Sessions|
|Session:||Manufacturable Nanoscale Devices and Processes|
|Presenter:||R.S. Ruoff, The University of Texas at Austin|
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Graphene-based materials hold promise due to their electronic and thermal transport properties,mechanical properties, high specific surface area, and that they can act as an atom thick layer, barrier, or membrane. Here, I focus on growth of large area graphene on metal substrates and the structure and thermal and mechanical properties of such graphene. A history of experimental work on graphene (from its discovery in 1969 until 2010) is provided at:
Support of our work by The WM Keck Foundation, DARPA, ONR, SWAN NRI, NSF, ARO, AEC, and Graphene Energy, Inc., is appreciated.