Finite Temperature Pseudospin Torque Effect in Graphene Bilayers

@inproceedings{Gilbert2010FiniteTP,
  title={Finite Temperature Pseudospin Torque Effect in Graphene Bilayers},
  author={Matthew J. Gilbert},
  year={2010}
}
We use self-consistent quantum transport theory to investigate the influence of layer Fermi energy and temperature on the interlayer transport properties of bilayer graphene in the regime of excitonic superfluidity. We conclude that at low temperature the critical tunneling currents and quasiparticle penetration depths are well explained by the existing zero temperature pseudospin torque model. However, when the thermal broadening associated with finite temperature transport is included, we… CONTINUE READING

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