Disorder and electronic transport in graphene
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Phys.-Condes. Matter
CHARGED-IMPURITY SCATTERING; SUSPENDED GRAPHENE; CONDUCTANCE; FLUCTUATIONS; ANDERSON TRANSITION; DIRAC FERMIONS; CONDUCTIVITY; GRAPHITE; SPECTRUM; SYSTEM; STATES; Physics, Condensed Matter
In this review, we provide an account of the recent progress in understanding electronic transport in disordered graphene systems. Starting from a theoretical description that emphasizes the role played by band structure properties and lattice symmetries, we describe the nature of disorder in these systems and its relation to transport properties. While the focus is primarily on theoretical and conceptual aspects, connections to experiments are also included. Issues such as short-versus long-range disorder, localization (strong and weak), the carrier density dependence of the conductivity, and conductance fluctuations are considered and some open problems are pointed out.
Journal of Physics-Condensed Matter
"Disorder and electronic transport in graphene" (2010). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 563.