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Carbon Materials Show All
  • D. Fox
  • Y. Zhou
  • P. Maguire
  • H. Zhang
  • Y. Chen
  • R. Masters
  • C. Rodenburg
  • H. Wu
  • M. Dapor

Two-dimensional (2D) materials usually have a layer-dependent work function, which require fast and accurate detection for the evaluation of their…

  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Ever since the first experimental observation of graphene, much of graphene research has concerned the control of its intrinsic properties.…

  • M Reading
  • Prof Ursel Bangert
  • Dr Alan Harvey

Surface mode fields are strongly confined to a MWCNT surface, representing a conceivable solution for realization of quasi-2D optics. In…

  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Colour is a physical attribute that can be very difficult to characterise in diamond and consequently it receives regular attention…

  • Ursel Bangert
  • A. Bleloch
  • M.H. Gass
  • A Seepujak
  • Jakob Albert Van den Berg
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Doping of nanostructured materials using a clean, efficient, and site-selective route such as ion implantation would be hugely desirable for…

  • D.V. Batov
  • Boris Kulnitskiy
  • Yury N Parhomenko
  • E. A. Skryleva
  • A. Gutiérrez-Sosa
  • Prof Ursel Bangert
  • Dr Alan Harvey

BNC nanostructures were produced by the resistive heating of graphite and boric acid powder in a high isostatic pressure apparatus…

  • Ursel Bangert
  • Mhairi Gass
  • Andrew Bleloch
  • Rahul Raveendran‐Nair
  • J W Eccles
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Microscopically clean graphene surfaces are scrutinized via atomic resolution high angle dark field imaging and electron energy loss spectroscopy for…

  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Following on from the idea that clusters of vacancies are the origin of the featureless absorption and brown colouration in…

  • P. Wang
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Research interest in graphene, a two-dimensional crystal consisting of a single atomic plane of carbon atoms, has been driven by…

Using a dedicated FEG STEM, we present highly spatially-resolved electron energy-loss (EEL) studies of individual multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs), each…

  • Ernie W Hill
  • Andrew Bleloch
  • Mhairi Gass
  • Kostya S Novoselov
  • M I Katsnelson
  • Andre Geim
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

The properties of suspended graphene are currently attracting enormous interest, but the small size of available samples and the difficulties…

  • Andrew L Bleloch
  • Kostya S Novoselov
  • P. R. Briddon
  • Prof Andre Geim
  • Prof Ursel Bangert

Plasmon spectroscopy of the thinnest possible membrane, a single layer of carbon atoms: graphene, has been carried out in conjunction…