Configuration-enriched magnetoelectronic spectra of AAB-stacked trilayer graphene

  title={Configuration-enriched magnetoelectronic spectra of AAB-stacked trilayer graphene},
  author={Thi-Nga Do and Chiun-Yan Lin and Yi-Ping Lin and Po Hsin Shih and Ming-Fa Lin},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
We developed the generalized tight-binding model to study the magneto-electronic properties of AAB-stacked trilayer graphene. Three groups of Landau levels (LLs) are characterized by the dominating subenvelope function on distinct sublattices. Each LL group could be further divided into two sub-groups in which the wavefunctions are, respectively, localized at 2/6 (5/6) and 4/6 (1/6) of the total length of the enlarged unit cell. The unoccupied conduction and the occupied valence LLs in each sub… 

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