By carrying out simultaneous longitudinal and Hall measurements in graphene, we find that the 1/f noise for the charge carrier density is negatively correlated to that of mobility, with a governing behavior that differs significantly from the relation between their mean values. The correlation in the noise data can be quantitatively explained by a single-parameter theory whose underlying physics is the trapping and detrapping of the fluctuating charge carriers by the oppositely charged Coulomb scattering centers. This can alter the effective density of long-range scattering centers in a transient manner, with the consequent fluctuating effect on the mobility.
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics|
|State||Published - 26 Aug 2014|