Interface superconductivity: Pinning the critical temperature.


but the present discovery is by no means all negative: the local electronic structure in the twisted AA domains is actually unique in its own right, with small electron and hole pockets of distinct pseudospin texture. In fact, it will be important to consider the possibility and implications of such structural defects in the on-going discussion about the true electronic ground state of bilayer graphene where interactiondriven deviations from the single-particle electronic structure are of great interest. Thus, studying and exploiting the electronic consequences of the small twist and similar structural defects might well become an interesting research direction in its own right. ❐

DOI: 10.1038/nmat3761

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@article{Marel2013InterfaceSP, title={Interface superconductivity: Pinning the critical temperature.}, author={Dirk van der Marel}, journal={Nature materials}, year={2013}, volume={12 10}, pages={875-6} }