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Twisted bilayer BC$_3$: Valley interlocked anisotropic flat bands

  title={Twisted bilayer BC\$\_3\$: Valley interlocked anisotropic flat bands},
  author={Toshikaze Kariyado},
Here we propose BC 3 , a graphene derivative that has been synthesized, as a platform to realize exotic quantum phases by introducing a moir´e pattern with mismatched stacking. In twisted bilayer BC 3 , it is shown that a crossover from two-dimensional to quasi one-dimensional band structure takes place with the twist angle as a control parameter. This is a typical manifestation of the guiding principle in van der Waals stacked systems: the quantum interference between Bloch wave functions in… 

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