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- The effect of a transverse magnetic field on 1/f noise in graphene doi link

Auteur(s): Rumyantsev S. L., Coquillat D., Ribeiro R., Goiran Michel, Knap W., Shur M. S., Balandin A. A., Levinshtein M. E.

(Article) Publié: Applied Physics Letters, vol. 103 p.173114 (2013)


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DOI: 10.1063/1.4826644
WoS: 000326455100069
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Résumé:

The low frequency 1/f noise in graphene devices was studied in a transverse magnetic field of up to B = 14 T at temperatures T = 80 K and T = 285 K. The examined devices revealed a large physical magnetoresistance typical for graphene. At low magnetic fields (B < 2 T), the level of 1/f noise decreases with the magnetic field at both temperatures. The details of the 1/f noise response to the magnetic field depend on the gate voltage. However, in the high magnetic fields (B > 2 T), a strong increase of the noise level was observed for all gate biases.