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03 December 2021
 
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Charge density wave in graphene: magnetic-field-induced Peierls instability
Jean-Noël Fuchs ; Pascal Lederer ;
Date 15 Dec 2006
Subject Other
AbstractWe suggest that a magnetic-field-induced Peierls instability accounts for the recent experiment of Zhang et al. in which unexpected quantum Hall plateaus were observed at high magnetic fields in graphene on a substrate. This Peierls instability leads to an out-of-plane lattice distortion resulting in a charge density wave (CDW) on sublattices A and B of the graphene honeycomb lattice. We also discuss alternative microscopic scenarios proposed in the literature and leading to a similar CDW ground state in graphene.
Source arXiv, cond-mat/0612386
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