Numerical studies of conductivity and Fano factor in disordered graphene
Abbreviated Journal Title
Phys. Rev. B
SHOT-NOISE; Physics, Condensed Matter
Using the recursive Green's function method, we study the problem of electron transport in a disordered single-layer graphene sheet. The conductivity is of order e(2)/h and its dependence on the carrier density has a scaling form that is controlled solely by the disorder strength and the ratio between the sample size and the correlation length of the disorder potential. The shot noise Fano factor is shown to be nearly density independent for sufficiently strong disorder, with a narrow structure appearing at the neutrality point only for weakly disordered samples. Our results are in good agreement with experiments and provide a way for extracting microscopic information about the magnitude of extrinsic disorder in graphene.
Physical Review B
"Numerical studies of conductivity and Fano factor in disordered graphene" (2008). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 603.