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Graphene tunnel junctions for nanoelectronics and biosensing: intrinsic electronic noise and response to environmental factors

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This thesis is concerned with the investigation of Graphene Tunnel Junctions (GTJs) and their applications. GTJs are fabricated by feedback-controlled electroburning, which results in the controllable formation of nanometric tunnelling gaps. Tunnelling currents have been widely used to study electron transport through single molecules, however the scope of their practical applications remains limited.

The main aim of this thesis is to assess the feasibility of the use of GTJs f...

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Pawel Puczkarski More by this author

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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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