Ferrimagnetic and antiferromagnetic phase in bilayer graphene nanoflake controlled with external electric fields

@article{Szaowski2017FerrimagneticAA,
  title={Ferrimagnetic and antiferromagnetic phase in bilayer graphene nanoflake controlled with external electric fields},
  author={K. Szałowski},
  journal={Carbon},
  year={2017},
  volume={118},
  pages={78-85}
}
Abstract The paper presents a computational study of the ground-state magnetic phases of a selected bilayer graphene nanoflake in external electric field and magnetic field. The electric field has parallel and perpendicular component while the magnetic field is oriented in plane. The system consists of two rectangular layers having armchair edges and zigzag terminations with Bernal stacking. The theoretical model is based on a tight binding Hamiltonian with Hubbard term. The magnetic phase… Expand
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