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Jereld R. Nicholson Library: Grand Avenue

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Physics/Applied Physics

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Mobility is a measure of the ease with which electrical carriers pass through a material. This work studies the mobility of graphene when measured within a liquid electrolyte environment. We use two different techniques to measure their mobilities at different concentrations of the electrolyte to compare results.

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Measuring the Effects of a Liquid Environment on Graphene Biotransistors

Jereld R. Nicholson Library: Grand Avenue

Mobility is a measure of the ease with which electrical carriers pass through a material. This work studies the mobility of graphene when measured within a liquid electrolyte environment. We use two different techniques to measure their mobilities at different concentrations of the electrolyte to compare results.

 

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