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Electrical Properties of Graphene for Interconnect Applications
AbstractA semi-classical electrodynamical model is derived to describe the electrical transport along graphene, based on the modified Boltzmann transport equation. The model is derived in the typical operating conditions predicted for future integrated circuits nano-interconnects, i.e., a low bias condition and an operating frequency up to 1 THz. A generalized non-local dispersive Ohm’s law is derived, which can be regarded as the constitutive equation for the material. The behavior of the electrical conductivity is studied with reference to a 2D case (the infinite graphene layer) and a 1D case (the graphene nanoribbons). The modulation effects of the nanoribbons’ size and chirality are highlighted, as well as the spatial dispersion introduced in the 2D case by the dyadic nature of the conductivity.
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Maffucci, A.; Miano, G. Electrical Properties of Graphene for Interconnect Applications. Appl. Sci. 2014, 4, 305-317.View more citation formats
Maffucci A, Miano G. Electrical Properties of Graphene for Interconnect Applications. Applied Sciences. 2014; 4(2):305-317.Chicago/Turabian Style
Maffucci, Antonio; Miano, Giovanni. 2014. "Electrical Properties of Graphene for Interconnect Applications." Appl. Sci. 4, no. 2: 305-317.
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