1st Edition

Physics and Chemistry of Graphene
Graphene to Nanographene



ISBN 9789814241489
Published January 24, 2013 by Jenny Stanford Publishing
476 Pages 45 Color & 210 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

From a chemistry aspect, graphene is the extrapolated extreme of condensed polycyclic hydrocarbon molecules to infinite size. Here, the concept on aromaticity which organic chemists utilize is applicable. Interesting issues appearing between physics and chemistry are pronounced in nano-sized graphene (nanographene), as we recognize the importance of the shape of nanographene in understanding its electronic structure. In this book, the fundamental issues on the electronic, magnetic, and chemical properties of condensed polycyclic hyodrocarbon molecules, nanographene and graphene are comprehensively discussed.

Table of Contents

Introduction (Enoki)

Theory of electronic states and transport in graphene (Ando)
Electronic states of monolayer graphene
Magnetic properties
Optical properties
Transport properties
Phonons and electron-phonon interaction
Bilayer graphene
Summary

Experimental Approach to of graphene and device applications (Kanda)
Formation of graphene
Experiments on transport properties of graphene for device applications
Summary

Chemistry on condensed polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons molecules to nanographene (Kubo & Konishi)
A brief introduction to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: The history of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
The electronic structure of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Examples other than graphenes
Summary

Electronic structure and electron transport of nanographene (Wakabayashi)
Electronic structure of nanographene and edge state
Electronic states of nanographene in a magnetic field
Electronic transport properties of nanographene
Summary

Electronic and magnetic properties of nanographene (Enoki)p
Electronic structure of nanographene and graphene edges
Preparations of nanographene
Chemical activities of nanographene and graphene edges, and chemical modifications of edges
Magnetic structures of nanographene
Summary

Conclusion (Enoki)

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Reviews

"A balanced blend of theory and experimental work is presented in this interesting book. It has excellent technical depth, and up-to-date material and references (up to 2011). Graduates students in materials science, physics, or physical chemistry who want to understand graphene and related carbon-based low dimensional materials in terms of basic physics and chemistry, will find this book to be a very good choice. Professionals working in this area will also benefit from its comprehensive coverage of the subject matter."
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, September/October 2014 – Vol. 30, No. 5