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Pristine graphene and a graphene interlayer inserted between indium tin oxide (ITO) and p-GaN have been analyzed and compared with ITO, which is a typical current spreading layer in lateral GaN LEDs. This figure shows the results of Raman mapping. For details, see J. H. Min et al. Opt. Express 22, A1040-A1050 (2014).
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