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Quantifying Defect Densities in Monolayer Graphene Using Near-field Coherence Measurements

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We show that defect density in two-dimensional crystalline lattices determines the extent of near-field spatial coherence. Measurements demonstrate the relationship between the spatial coherence length of scattered light and that of photo-excited electrons in graphene.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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