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Lightwave valleytronics in a monolayer of tungsten diselenide

Langer, F. ; Schmid, C. P. ; Schlauderer, S. ; Gmitra, M. ; Fabian, J. ; Nagler, P. ; Schüller, C. ; Korn, T. ; Hawkins, P. G. ; Steiner, J. T. ; Huttner, U. ; Koch, S. W. ; Kira, M. ; Huber, R.


As conventional electronics approaches its limits(1), nanoscience has urgently sought methods of fast control of electrons at the fundamental quantum level(2). Lightwave electronics(3)-the foundation of attosecond science(4)-uses the oscillating carrier wave of intense light pulses to control the translational motion of the electron's charge faster than a single cycle of light(5-15). Despite ...


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