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Integrated complementary graphene inverter
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The operation of a digital logic inverter consisting of one - and one -type graphenetransistor integrated on the same sheet of monolayergraphene is demonstrated. Both transistors initially exhibited -type behavior at low gate voltages, since air contamination shifted their Dirac points from zero to a positive gate voltage. Contaminants in one transistor were removed by electrical annealing, which shifted its Dirac point back and therefore restored -type behavior. Boolean inversion is obtained by operating the transistors between their Dirac points. The fabricated inverter represents an important step toward the development of digital integrated circuits on graphene.
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