# Pseudo chiral anomaly in zigzag graphene ribbons.

@article{Li2019PseudoCA, title={Pseudo chiral anomaly in zigzag graphene ribbons.}, author={Chang-An Li}, journal={Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal}, year={2019} }

As the three-dimensional analogs of graphene, Weyl semimetals display signatures of chiral anomaly which arises from charge pumping between the lowest chiral Landau levels of the Weyl nodes in the presence of parallel electric and magnetic fields. In this work, we study the pseudo chiral anomaly and its transport signatures in graphene ribbon with zigzag edges. Here "pseudo" refers to the case where the inverse of width of zigzag graphene ribbon plays the same role as magnetic field in three…

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