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Two-dimensional gas of massless Dirac fermions in graphene
Quantum electrodynamics (resulting from the merger of quantum mechanics and relativity theory) has provided a clear understanding of phenomena ranging from particle physics to cosmology and fromExpand
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The structure of suspended graphene sheets
The recent discovery of graphene has sparked much interest, thus far focused on the peculiar electronic structure of this material, in which charge carriers mimic massless relativistic particles.Expand
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Microfabricated adhesive mimicking gecko foot-hair
The amazing climbing ability of geckos has attracted the interest of philosophers and scientists alike for centuries1,2,3. However, only in the past few years2,3 has progress been made inExpand
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Unconventional quantum Hall effect and Berry’s phase of 2π in bilayer graphene
There are two known distinct types of the integer quantum Hall effect. One is the conventional quantum Hall effect, characteristic of two-dimensional semiconductor systems1,2, and the other is itsExpand
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Of flying frogs and levitrons
Diamagnetic objects are repelled by magnetic fields. If the fields are strong enough, this repulsion can balance gravity, and objects levitated in this way can be held in stable equilibrium,Expand
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Light-emitting diodes by band-structure engineering in van der Waals heterostructures.
The advent of graphene and related 2D materials has recently led to a new technology: heterostructures based on these atomically thin crystals. The paradigm proved itself extremely versatile and ledExpand
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Revealing the Maximum Strength in Nanotwinned Copper
www.sciencemag.org (this information is current as of January 30, 2009 ): The following resources related to this article are available online atExpand
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Plasmon spectroscopy of free-standing graphene films
Plasmon spectroscopy of the thinnest possible membrane, a single layer of carbon atoms: graphene, has been carried out in conjunction with ab initio calculations of the low loss function. We observeExpand
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Cloning of Dirac fermions in graphene superlattices
Superlattices have attracted great interest because their use may make it possible to modify the spectra of two-dimensional electron systems and, ultimately, create materials with tailored electronicExpand
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Graphene: Exploring carbon flatland
Just one atom thick, this two-dimensional semiconductor does not resemble any known material.
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