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Quantum transport of 2D Dirac fermions: The case for a topological metal

Mudry, CM (Paul Scherrer Institute)
Monday 03 November 2008, 14:30-15:20


The problem of Anderson localization in graphene has generated a lot of renewed attention since graphene flakes have been accessible to transport and spectroscopic probes. The popularity of graphene derives from it realizing planar Dirac fermions. I will show under what conditions disorder for planar Dirac fermions does not result in localization but rather in a metallic state that might be called a topological metal.


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