Measuring Hall viscosity of graphene’s electron fluid

@article{Berdyugin2019MeasuringHV,
  title={Measuring Hall viscosity of graphene’s electron fluid},
  author={Alexey I. Berdyugin and S. G. Xu and F M D Pellegrino and Roshan Krishna Kumar and Alessandro Principi and Iacopo Torre and M Ben Shalom and Takashi Taniguchi and K. Watanabe and Irina V. Grigorieva and Marco Polini and Andre K. Geim and D A Bandurin},
  journal={Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={364},
  pages={162 - 165}
}
Electron hydrodynamics in graphene Electrons can move through graphene in a manner reminiscent of fluids, if the conditions are right. Two groups studied the nature of this hydrodynamic flow in different regimes (see the Perspective by Lucas). Gallagher et al. measured optical conductivity using a waveguide-based setup, revealing signatures of quantum criticality near the charge neutrality point. Berdyugin et al. focused on electron transport in the presence of a magnetic field and measured a… Expand
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