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Two-Dimensional Materials

  • Philip A. ThomasEmail author
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Abstract

The first study of an atomically thin material was published by Wallace (Phys Rev 71(9):622, [1]) in 1947. Wallace was studying the electronic properties of graphite: he started his study by considering the electronic properties of a single layer of graphite (later termed graphene) and then extended this to bulk graphite.

Keywords

Bulk Graphite Graphene Plasmons Mechanical Exfoliation PMMA Film Reststrahlen Band 
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  1. 1.Department of Physics and AstronomyUniversity of ExeterExeterUK

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