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Proximity-enhanced valley Zeeman splitting at the WS2/graphene interface

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Faria Junior, Paulo E. ; Naimer, Thomas ; McCreary, Kathleen M. ; Jonker, Berend T. ; Finley, Jonathan J. ; Crooker, Scott A. ; Fabian, Jaroslav ; Stier, Andreas V.
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The valley Zeeman physics of excitons in monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides provides valuable insight into the spin and orbital degrees of freedom inherent to these materials. Being atomically-thin materials, these degrees of freedom can be influenced by the presence of adjacent layers, due to proximity interactions that arise from wave function overlap across the 2D interface. Here, we ...


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