Rectification in three-terminal graphene junctions

A. Jacobsen, I. Shorubalko, L. Maag, U. Sennhauser, K. Ensslin
2010 Applied Physics Letters  
Nonlinear electrical properties of graphene-based three-terminal nanojunctions are presented. Intrinsic rectification of voltage is observed up to room temperature. The sign and the efficiency of the rectification can be tuned by a gate. Changing the charge carrier type from holes to electrons results in a change of the rectification sign. At a bias < 20mV and at a temperature below 4.2K the sign and the efficiency of the rectification are governed by universal conductance fluctuations.
doi:10.1063/1.3464978 fatcat:mz7vye5iajcfxix5aaeky3rgru