Graphene growth by transfer-free chemical vapour deposition on a cobalt layer

14 March 2017

Macháč, P., et al. Journal of Electrical Engineering 2017 DOI: 10.1515/jee-2017-0011

The work reports the synthesis of few-layer graphene films at the interface of an SiO2 chip and a cobalt thin film. The cobalt layer decomposes methane feedstock, absorbs the carbon released at the SiO2/cobalt interface where it assembles into an sp2 layer. This approach is convenient for obtaining graphene on application substrates without so-called transfer procedures.

Link: https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/jee.2017.68.issue-1/jee-2017-0011/jee-2017-0011.xml

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Graphene growth by chemical vapor deposition process on copper foil

12 December 2016

Macháč, P., et al. ElectroScope 2016
The paper demonstrates the production of graphene using the cold-walled method as implemented in the nanoCVD-8G.

Link: http://147.228.94.30/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=468:graphene-growth-by-chemical-vapor-deposition-process-on-copper-foil&catid=59:2016-12-12-09-18-59&Itemid=56

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Graphene-based mid-infrared room-temperature pyroelectric bolometers with ultrahigh temperature coefficient of resistance

10 February 2017

Sassi, U., et al. Nature Communications 2017 DOI: 10.1038/ncomms14311
This work reports the use of graphene as part of an uncooled, mid-infrared photodetector, where the pyroelectric response of a LiNbO3 crystal is transduced with high gain (up to 200) into resistivity modulation for graphene. The nanoETCH system is critical as part of the work, being used to both etch the graphene into required patterns and for modifying single sheets in order to provide for ultra-low contact resistances.

Link: http://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms14311

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Graphene transfer methods for the fabrication of membrane-based NEMS devices

13 August 2016

Wagner, S. et al. Microelectronic Engineering 2016 DOI: 10.1016/j.mee.2016.02.065
In this work, graphene, fabricated using a Moorfield nanoCVD-8G system, was transferred onto pre-fabricated micro cavity substrates using different methods. The devices were then investigated and analyzed with respect to yield and quality of the free-standing membranes on a large-scale. An effective transfer method for layer-by-layer stacking of graphene was developed to improve the membrane stability and thereby increase the yield of completely covered and sealed cavities. The transfer method with the highest yield was used to fabricate graphene NEMS devices. Electrical measurements were carried out to successfully demonstrate pressure sensing as a possible application for these graphene membranes.

Link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167931716301083

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Contact resistance study of various metal electrodes with CVD graphene

27 July 2016

Gahoi, A. et al. Solid-State Electronics 2016 DOI: 10.1016/j.sse.2016.07.008
The contact resistance of various metals to chemical vapor deposited (CVD) monolayer graphene is investigated. The graphene was made using a Moorfield nanoCVD-8G system. The lowest value of 92 Ω μm is observed for the contact resistance between graphene and gold, extracted from back-gated devices at an applied back-gate bias of −40 V. Measurements carried out under vacuum show larger contact resistance values when compared with measurements carried out in ambient conditions. Post processing annealing at 450 °C for 1 h in argon-95%/hydrogen-5% atmosphere results in lowering the contact resistance value which is attributed to the enhancement of the adhesion between metal and graphene.

Link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0038110116300880

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