Impurity states and Localization in Bilayer Graphene: the Low Impurity Concentration Regime

@inproceedings{Collado2014ImpuritySA,
  title={Impurity states and Localization in Bilayer Graphene: the Low Impurity Concentration Regime},
  author={H. P. Ojeda Collado and Gonzalo Usaj and C. A. Balseiro},
  year={2014}
}
We study the problem of non-magnetic impurities adsorbed on bilayer graphene in the diluted regime. We analyze the impurity spectral densities for various concentrations and gate fields. We also analyze the effect of the adsorbate on the local density of states (LDOS) of the different C atoms in the structure and present some evidence of strong localization for the electronic states with energies close to the Dirac point. 

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