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A mechanism for electronic phase separation in iron pnictides is proposed. It is based on the competition between commensurate and incommensurate spin-density-wave phases in a system with an imperfect doping-dependent nesting of a multisheeted Fermi surface. We model the Fermi surface by two elliptical electron pockets and three circular hole pockets. The… (More)

We investigate the electronic band structure of an undoped graphene armchair nanoribbon. We demonstrate that such nanoribbon always has a gap in its electronic spectrum. Even if the parameters of the noninteracting Hamiltonian are fine tuned to a point where single-electron calculations predict a metallic dispersion, the system becomes unstable toward the… (More)

Exploiting the peculiar properties of proximity-induced superconductivity on the surface of a topological insulator, we propose a device, which allows the creation of a Majorana fermion inside the core of a pinned Abrikosov vortex. The relevant Bogolyubov-de Gennes equations are studied analytically. We demonstrate that in this system the zero-energy… (More)

- R. S. Akzyanov, A. V. Rozhkov, A. L. Rakhmanov, Franco Nori
- 2014

We study a heterostructure which consists of a topological insulator and a superconductor with a hole. The hole pins a vortex. The system supports a robust Majorana fermion state bound to the vortex core. We investigate the possibility of using scanning tunneling spectroscopy (i) to detect the Majorana fermion in the proposed setup and (ii) to study excited… (More)

The electronic properties of a graphene sheet with attached hydrogen atoms are studied using a modified Falicov-Kimball model on the honeycomb lattice. It is shown that in the ground state this system separates into two phases: fully hydrogenated graphene (graphane) and hydrogen-free graphene. The graphene-graphane boundary acquires a positive interface… (More)

Keywords: Mesoscopic graphene structures Nanoribbons Quantum dots pn-junctions pnp-structures Quantum barriers a b s t r a c t This brief review discusses electronic properties of mesoscopic graphene-based structures. These allow controlling the confinement and transport of charge and spin; thus, they are of interest not only for fundamental research, but… (More)

Tight-binding calculations predict that the AA-stacked bilayer graphene has one electron and one hole conducting band, and that the Fermi surfaces of these bands coincide. We demonstrate that as a result of this degeneracy, the bilayer becomes unstable with respect to a set of spontaneous symmetry violations. Which of the symmetries is broken depends on the… (More)

- A. V. Rozhkov, Franco Nori
- 2010

We generalize the known solution of the Schrödinger equation, describing a particle confined to a triangular area, for a triangular graphene quantum dot with armchair-type boundaries. The quantization conditions, wave functions, and the eigenenergies are determined analytically. As an application, we calculate the corrections to the quantum dot's energy… (More)

- Yu A Danilov, A V Rozhkov, V L Safonov
- 1996

New phenomenological approach for the description of elementary collective ex-citations is proposed. The crystal is considered to be an anisotropic space-time vacuum with a prescribed metric tensor in which the information on electromagnetic crystalline fields is included. The quasiparticles in this space are supposed to be described by the equations… (More)

We study electronic properties of AA-stacked graphene bilayers. In the single-particle approximation such a system has one electron band and one hole band crossing the Fermi level. If the bilayer is undoped, the Fermi surfaces of these bands coincide. Such a band structure is unstable with respect to a set of spontaneous symmetry violations. Specifically,… (More)