Quantum Parity Hall effect in ABA Graphene.

@inproceedings{Stepanov2019QuantumPH,
  title={Quantum Parity Hall effect in ABA Graphene.},
  author={Petr B. Stepanov and Yafis Barlas and Shi Che and Kevin Scott Myhro and Greyson Voigt and Ziqi Pi and Kenji Watanabe and Takashi Taniguchi and Dmitry Smirnov and Fan Zhang and Roger K Lake and Allan H. MacDonald and Chun Ning Lau},
  year={2019}
}
The celebrated phenomenon of quantum Hall effect has recently been generalized from transport of conserved charges to that of other approximately conserved state variables, including spin and valley, which are characterized by spin- or valley-polarized boundary states with different chiralities. Here, we report a new class of quantum Hall effect in ABA-stacked graphene trilayers (TLG), the quantum parity Hall (QPH) effect, in which boundary channels are distinguished by even or odd parity under… CONTINUE READING

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