Analysis and Modeling of White Graphene Physical Properties for Sensor Applications
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White graphene as a two-dimensional material has honeycomb lattice which is comprised of boron and nitrogen atoms. Its mechanical properties are similar to graphene, but its electrical properties are different because it has a large bandgap about 5.5 eV. Moreover, relaxation time plays a key role in its properties that affects on the electron transfer speed in this material. The white graphene is an insulator, but its dielectric polarization does not depend on the electric field and also any external stress cannot change linear response of relaxation. In this research, some physical properties of white graphene and its relaxation time are investigated and modeled. Finally, acceptable results are reported which bring new hopes for the replacement of silicon oxide with white graphene as a one-monolayer insulator in future sensors applications.
KeywordsBandgap Graphene Honeycomb lattice Two-dimensional materials White graphene
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