The discovery of graphene in 2004, which was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010, has opened a fascinating research area on two-dimensional (2D) materials – the materials that are atomically thin. For more than a decade, much of the physics of these materials has been achieved. Many textbooks and handbooks on graphene and other 2D materials have been published, and here are some of our recommendations:
- “Graphene: carbon in two dimension” by Mikhai Ketsnelson (2012)
- “Graphene: fundamentals, devices and applications” by Serhii Shafraniuk (2015)
- “Graphene: fundamentals and emergent applications” by Jamie H. Warner, Franziska Schaffel, Mark Rummeli, Alicja Bachmatiuk (2015).
- “Graphene: an introduction to the fundamentals and industrial applications” edited by Madhuri Sharon and Masheshwar Sharon (2015).
- “Physics of Graphene” edited by Hideo Aoki, Mildred S. Dresselhaus (2014)
For further, just google with appropriate keywords, e.g., “graphene books”!