Photon-assisted electron transport in graphene : Scattering theory analysis

@article{Trauzettel2007PhotonassistedET,
  title={Photon-assisted electron transport in graphene : Scattering theory analysis},
  author={Bjoern Trauzettel and Ya. M. Blanter and Alberto F. Morpurgo},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2007},
  volume={75},
  pages={035305}
}
Photon-assisted electron transport in ballistic graphene is analyzed using scattering theory. We show that the presence of an ac signal (applied to a gate electrode in a region of the system) has interesting consequences on electron transport in graphene, where the low energy dynamics is described by the Dirac equation. In particular, such a setup describes a feasible way to probe energy dependent transmission in graphene. This is of substantial interest because the energy dependence of… Expand
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