Large Temperature-Independent Magnetoresistance without Gating Operation in Monolayer Graphene
- Large Temperature-Independent Magnetoresistance without Gating Operation in Monolayer Graphene
- 이수연; Jihoon Jeon; Duk Hyun Lee; Yeon Soo Kim; Hyun-Jong Chung; Sung Ho Jhang; Yongkyung Kwon; Bae Ho Park
- temperature-independent magnetoresistance; disorder; graphene; BiFeO3 nano-island array; without gating
- Issue Date
- ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
- VOL 12, NO 47-53140
- Temperature-independent magnetoresistance (TIMR) has been studied for applications in magnetic field sensors operating in wide temperature ranges. Graphene is considered as one of the best candidates for achieving nonsaturating and large TIMR through engineering disorders. Nevertheless, large TIMR has not been achieved in disordered graphene with intrinsic defects, such as chemical doping and atomic dislocations. In this work, by introducing extrinsic defects, we realize nonsaturating and large TIMR in monolayer graphene transferred on a BiFeO3 nanoisland array (G/BFO-NIA). Furthermore, the G/BFO-NIA device exhibits a significantly larger MR (∼250% under 9 T) than other materials without gating operation, demonstrating its application feasibility. It is shown that the large MR is a result of the coexistence of electrons and holes with almost the same density, and the observed TIMR originates from the temperature dependence of carrier transport in graphene and of the dielectric property of BFO-NIA.
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