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The c-axis thermal conductivity of graphite film of nanometer thickness measured by time resolved X-ray diffraction
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We report on the use of time resolved X-ray diffraction to measure the dynamics of strain in laser-excited graphitefilm of nanometer thickness, obtained by chemical vapour deposition(CVD).Heat transport in the CVDfilm is simulated with a 1-dimensional heat diffusion model. We find the experimental data to be consistent with a c-axis thermal conductivity of ∼0.7 W m−1 K−1. This value is four orders of magnitude lower than the thermal conductivity in-plane, confirming recent theoretical calculations of the thermal conductivity of multilayer graphene.
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