Superlattice based on graphene on a strip substrate

@article{Ratnikov2009SuperlatticeBO,
  title={Superlattice based on graphene on a strip substrate},
  author={Pavel V. Ratnikov},
  journal={JETP Letters},
  year={2009},
  volume={90},
  pages={469-474}
}
A graphene-based superlattice formed due to the periodic modulation of the band gap has been investigated. Such a modulation is possible in graphene deposited on a strip substrate made of silicon oxide and hexagonal boron nitride. The advantages and some possible problems in the superlattice under consideration are discussed. A model describing such a superlattice is proposed and the dispersion relation between the energy and momentum of carriers has been obtained using the transfer matrix… 

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