Tunable zero-energy transmission resonances in shifted graphene bilayer

@article{Daboussi2013TunableZT,
  title={Tunable zero-energy transmission resonances in shifted graphene bilayer},
  author={A. Daboussi and L. Mandhour and J N Fuchs and Sihem Jaziri},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2013},
  volume={89},
  pages={085426}
}
Laboratoire de Physique des Mat´eriaux, Facult´e des Sciences de Bizerte,Universit´e de Carthage, Jarzouna, 7021 Bizerte, Tunisie.(Dated: December 16, 2013)A graphene bilayer is known to perfectly reflect normally incident electrons due to their chiral-ity. This is similar to Klein tunneling, which, in a monolayer, is instead responsible for perfecttransmission at normal incidence. Stacking defaults turn each parabolic band crossing of a bilayerinto pairs of Dirac cones. Here we show that… 

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