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Electron wave and quantum optics in graphene

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-582296
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10.5283/epub.58229
Chakraborti, Himadri ; Gorini, Cosimo ; Knothe, Angelika ; Liu, Ming-Hao ; Makk, Péter ; Parmentier, Francois D. ; Perconte, David ; Richter, Klaus ; Roulleau, Preden ; Sacépé, Benjamin ; Schönenberger, Christian ; Yang, Wenmin

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Abstract

In the last decade, graphene has become an exciting platform for electron optical experiments, in some aspects superior to conventional two-dimensional electron gases (2DEGs). A major advantage, besides the ultra-large mobilities, is the fine control over the electrostatics, which gives the possibility of realising gap-less and compact p-n interfaces with high precision. The latter host ...

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