Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene, and Associated Devices V
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12-16 August 2012
San Diego, California, United States
Front Matter: Volume 8462
Proc. SPIE 8462, Front Matter: Volume 8462, 846201 (10 October 2012);
Growth and Device Technology I
Proc. SPIE 8462, Chemical vapor deposition of graphene on copper at reduced temperatures, 846203 (27 September 2012);
Proc. SPIE 8462, A novel multi-wall CNT synthesis technique using conventional CVD with controlled pressure, 846204 (27 September 2012);
Proc. SPIE 8462, Investigation of the behavior of the Ni catalyst in chemical vapor deposition synthesis of carbon nanopearls, 846205 (27 September 2012);
Growth and Device Technology II
Proc. SPIE 8462, Advancing quasi-freestanding epitaxial graphene electronics through integration of wafer scale hexagonal boron nitride dielectrics, 846207 (27 September 2012);
Microwave and Terahertz Applications I
Proc. SPIE 8462, Modeling and experimental verification of graphene co-planar waveguide transmission lines, 84620A (27 September 2012);
Proc. SPIE 8462, Performance assessment of optimized carbon-nanotube-based wireless on-chip communication, 84620B (27 September 2012);
Microwave and Terahertz Applications II
Proc. SPIE 8462, Terahertz conductivity studies in carbon nanotube networks prepared by the vacuum filtration method, 84620C (27 September 2012);
Proc. SPIE 8462, Studying and analyzing terahertz signals in carbon nanostructures thin-films, 84620E (27 September 2012);
Optical Interactions I
Proc. SPIE 8462, Infrared transmission spectroscopy of CVD graphene on Si, 84620H (27 September 2012);
Optical Interactions II
Proc. SPIE 8462, Characterization of carbon nano-materials by apertureless near-field scanning optical microscope-Raman spectroscopy, 84620J (9 October 2012);
Proc. SPIE 8462, Applications of single-walled carbon nanotubes and type-II quantum dots in photovoltaics and passive mode-locking saturable absorbers, 84620K (9 October 2012);
Miscellaneous Applications
Proc. SPIE 8462, Ballasted and electrically steerable carbon nanotube field emitters, 84620R (27 September 2012);
Proc. SPIE 8462, Modified carbon nanotubes: from nanomedicine to nanotoxicology, 84620T (27 September 2012);
Poster Session
Proc. SPIE 8462, Development of carbon nanotube paste for dye-sensitized solar cells, 84620U (27 September 2012);
Proc. SPIE 8462, Transparent conducting carbon nanotubes thin films on the flexible substrate, 84620X (27 September 2012);
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