Controlling the Electronic Structure of Bilayer Graphene

@article{Ohta2006ControllingTE,
  title={Controlling the Electronic Structure of Bilayer Graphene},
  author={Taisuke Ohta and Aaron Bostwick and Thomas Seyller and Karsten Horn and Eli Rotenberg},
  journal={Science},
  year={2006},
  volume={313},
  pages={951 - 954}
}
We describe the synthesis of bilayer graphene thin films deposited on insulating silicon carbide and report the characterization of their electronic band structure using angle-resolved photoemission. By selectively adjusting the carrier concentration in each layer, changes in the Coulomb potential led to control of the gap between valence and conduction bands. This control over the band structure suggests the potential application of bilayer graphene to switching functions in atomic-scale… 

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