Graphene Image Gallery

Back to graphene.

Artistic rendering of DNA translocation through a graphene nanopore. A double-strand DNA molecule is seen to traverse through a small hole made in an atomically thin layer of graphene that is located on a Si/SiN chip. (Image courtesy Cees Dekker lab TU Delft / Tremani)





SEM image of a double quantum dot defined by electrostatic top gates in a 20 nm wide graphene nanoribbon (the narrow vertically running strip).



Optical microscope image of two graphene flakes of varying thicknesses (seen as different color shades). The left flake is transferred directly on top of a small circular hole using our “wedging” technique.




Optical microscope image of a grain of graphite, from which graphene is peeled off using adhesive tape.