Electron interaction, charging, and screening at grain boundaries in graphene

@article{Ihnatsenka2013ElectronIC,
  title={Electron interaction, charging, and screening at grain boundaries in graphene},
  author={S. Ihnatsenka and Igor V. Zozoulenko},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2013},
  volume={88}
}
Electronic, transport, and spin properties of grain boundaries (GBs) are investigated in electrostatically doped graphene at finite electron densities within the Hartree and Hubbard approximations. ... 

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