|Mar15-13, 08:47 AM||#1|
What limits the maximum attainable Fermi Energy for a material
Talking experimentally, either through doping or gating. What are some good terms to search for if I'm looking for some experimentally obtained values for particular materials? I'm particularly interested in what the limit is for graphene, if anyone knows.
For example, the DOS for regular graphene has states between -3t and +3t, but what is the maximum fermi energy we can examine experimentally? Is there a breakdown of the sample at some limit?
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