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Intrinsic Valley-Related Multiple Hall Effect in 2D Organometallic Lattice

  title={Intrinsic Valley-Related Multiple Hall Effect in 2D Organometallic Lattice},
  author={Rui Peng and Zhonglin He and Ying Dai and Baibiao Huang and Yandong Ma},
Valley-related multiple Hall effect in 2D lattice is a fundamental transport phenomenon in the fields of condensed-matter physics and material science. So far, most proposals for its realization are limited to toy models or extrinsic effects. Here, based on tight-binding model and first-principles calculations, we report the discovery of intrinsic valley-related multiple Hall effect in 2D organometallic lattice of NbTa-benzene. Protected by the breaking of both time-reversal and inversion… 

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