Features •Highlights the past, present, and future development of graphene as a material crystalline structure, outlining physical properties, mechanics, and formation of crystalline carbon. •Offers the technical specialist, scientist, engineer, and student, a thorough understanding of graphene’s present and prospective developments, with specific attention paid to preeminent research conducted by the military. •Describes graphene as a phenomenon, its physics, and its mechanical and chemical properties in the light of the latest scientific and technological discoveries. •Provides a thorough overview of the electronic transport in graphene and outlines how these properties may be applied to design electronic devices. •Considers Bulk Exfoliation, Epitaxial Methods, and Graphene Nanoribbon Manufacturing as methods for obtaining graphene along with materials characterization techniques.
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