# Perfect valley filter in a topological domain wall

@article{Pan2015PerfectVF,
title={Perfect valley filter in a topological domain wall},
author={Hui Pan and Xin Geng Li and Fan Zhang and Shengyuan A. Yang},
journal={Physical Review B},
year={2015},
volume={92},
pages={041404}
}
Funded in part by the NSFC under Grant No. 11174022 and the NCET program of MOE, and by SUTD-SRG-EPD2013062.

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