Snake trajectories in ultraclean graphene p–n junctions

@article{Rickhaus2015SnakeTI,
  title={Snake trajectories in ultraclean graphene p–n junctions},
  author={Peter Rickhaus and P{\'e}ter Makk and Ming-Hao Liu and Endre T{\'o}v{\'a}ri and Markus Weiss and Romain Maurand and Klaus Richter and Christian Sch{\"o}nenberger},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2015},
  volume={6}
}
  • Peter Rickhaus, Péter Makk, +5 authors Christian Schönenberger
  • Published 2015
  • Biology, Physics, Medicine
  • Nature Communications
  • Snake states are trajectories of charge carriers curving back and forth along an interface. There are two types of snake states, formed by either inverting the magnetic field direction or the charge carrier type at an interface. The former has been demonstrated in GaAs–AlGaAs heterostructures, whereas the latter has become conceivable only with the advance of ballistic graphene where a gap-less p–n interface governed by Klein tunnelling can be formed. Such snake states were hidden in previous… CONTINUE READING

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