Insulating to relativistic quantum Hall transition in disordered graphene

@article{Pallecchi2013InsulatingTR,
  title={Insulating to relativistic quantum Hall transition in disordered graphene},
  author={E. Pallecchi and M. Ridene and D. Kazazis and F. Lafont and F. Schopfer and W. Poirier and M. Goerbig and D. Mailly and A. Ouerghi},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2013},
  volume={3}
}
  • E. Pallecchi, M. Ridene, +6 authors A. Ouerghi
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Scientific Reports
  • Quasi-particle excitations in graphene exhibit a unique behavior concerning two key phenomena of mesoscopic physics: electron localization and the quantum Hall effect. A direct transition between these two states has been found in disordered two-dimensional electron gases at low magnetic field. It has been suggested that it is a quantum phase transition, but the nature of the transition is still debated. Despite the large number of works studying either the localization or the quantum Hall… CONTINUE READING
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