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What is the resistivity coefficient of graphene?

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Graphene has a high electron mobility at ordinary room temperature. Experiments also has shown that the conductivity of electron and holes are almost the same. Between the temperature 10 to 100 k it is independent of temperature. At room temperature the resistivity is $10 ^{-6}$ ohmcm. There is a good wikipedia article for more information.

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Are You shure that electric specific resistance is what Alaukik wants to know? – Georg Apr 14 '11 at 8:55

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