Anomalous integer quantum Hall effect in AA -stacked bilayer graphene

@article{Hsu2010AnomalousIQ,
  title={Anomalous integer quantum Hall effect in AA -stacked bilayer graphene},
  author={Y. Hsu and G. Guo},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2010},
  volume={82}
}
Recent experiments indicate that AA-stacked bilayer graphenes (BLG) could exist. Since the energy bands of the AA-stacked BLG are different from both the monolayer and AB-stacked bilayer graphenes, different integer quantum Hall effect in the AA-stacked graphene is expected. We have thus calculated the quantized Hall conductivity $\sigma_{xy}$ and also longitudinal conductivity $\sigma_{xx}$ of the AA-stacked BLG within the linear response Kubo formalism. Interestingly, we find that the AA… Expand

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