Conductivity of graphene: How to distinguish between samples with short - and long-range scatterersM. Trushin and J. Schliemann
Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Regensburg - D-93040 Regensburg, Germany, EU
received 19 February 2008; accepted in final form 6 May 2008; published July 2008
published online 11 June 2008
Applying a quasiclassical equation to carriers in graphene, we found a way how to distinguish between samples with the domination of short - and long-range scatterers from the conductivity measurements. The model proposed explains recent transport experiments with chemically doped as well as suspended graphene.
72.10.-d - Theory of electronic transport; scattering mechanisms.
72.80.Rj - Conductivity of specific materials: Fullerenes and related materials.
81.05.Uw - Specific materials: fabrication, treatment, testing, and analysis: Carbon, diamond, graphite.
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