Figure 1 Morphology of epitaxial graphene on Ru(). a, UHV-SEM image of a large area of the Ru() surface after first-layer graphene growth. ARTICLES Epitaxial graphene on ruthenium PETER W. SUTTER*, JAN-INGO FLEGE AND ELI A. SUTTER Center for Functional Nanomaterials, Brookhaven. P. W. Sutter, J.-I. Flege and E. A. Sutter, “Epitaxial Graphene on Ruthenium,” Nature Mater, Vol. 7, , pp. doi/nmat
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