Tunable Kondo effect in graphene with defects

@article{Chen2011TunableKE,
  title={Tunable Kondo effect in graphene with defects},
  author={Jian-Hao Chen and William G. Cullen and Ellen D. Williams and Michael S. Fuhrer},
  journal={Nature Physics},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={535-538}
}
Although evidence indicates that defects induce magnetism in graphite, it’s unclear whether this extends to graphene. An observation of the gate-tunable Kondo effect in ion-beam-damaged graphene suggests it does. 
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