Interaction-Driven Spectrum Reconstruction in Bilayer Graphene

  title={Interaction-Driven Spectrum Reconstruction in Bilayer Graphene},
  author={Alexander S. Mayorov and Daniel C Elias and Marcin Mucha-Kruczyński and Roman V. Gorbachev and T. Ya. Tudorovskiy and Alexander A. Zhukov and Sergei V. Morozov and Mikhail I. Katsnelson and Vladimir I. Fal’ko and SUPARNA DUTTASINHA and Kostya S. Novoselov},
  pages={860 - 863}
A correlated-electron phase was observed at low temperatures in suspended graphene bilayers with high carrier mobilities. The nematic phase transition in electronic liquids, driven by Coulomb interactions, represents a new class of strongly correlated electronic ground states. We studied suspended samples of bilayer graphene, annealed so that it achieves very high quasiparticle mobilities (greater than 106 square centimers per volt-second). Bilayer graphene is a truly two-dimensional material… 
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