Multilayer graphene tips are developed for conducting probe atomic force microscopy for the formation of molecular junctions. Molecular junctions using graphene tips show very small tip-to-tip variance, excellent operational stability, good endurance, and long shelf-life. These properties, together with high yield and the simple processing involved, suggest that commercial mass-production of graphene tips is viable for molecular electronic applications.
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