Theory of magnetoelectric properties of 2D systems / S.C. Chen, J.Y. Wu, C.Y. Lin, M.F. Lin.Material type: TextSeries: IOP (Series). Release 4. | IOP expanding physicsPublisher: Bristol [England] (Temple Circus, Temple Way, Bristol BS1 6HG, UK) : IOP Publishing, Description: 1 online resource (various pagings) : illustrations (some color)Content type: text Media type: electronic Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780750316743; 9780750316736Subject(s): Graphene -- Magnetic properties | Graphene -- Electric properties | Condensed matter physics (liquid state & solid state physics) | SCIENCE / Physics / Condensed MatterAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 546/.681 LOC classification: QD341.H9 | C548 2017ebOnline resources: Click here to access online Also available in print.
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1. Introduction -- 2. The generalized tight-binding model -- 2.1. Monolayer graphene -- 2.2. Tetra-layer graphene -- 2.3. Tinene -- 2.4. Monolayer and bilayer phosphorenes -- 2.5. MoS2 -- 2.6. A suitable, reliable and wide-range model -- 2.7. Numerical calculations
3. Graphene -- 3.1. Theoretical results -- 3.2. Experimental measurements -- 4. Silicene, germanene and tinene -- 5. Few-layer phosphorenes -- 6. MoS2
7. Non-uniform magnetic fields in graphene -- 7.1. A spatially modulated magnetic field -- 7.2. A composite magnetic field with uniform and modulated components -- 8. Concluding remarks.
This book addresses important advances in diverse quantization phenomena. 'Theory of Magnetoelectric Properties of 2D Systems' develops the generalized tight-binding model in order to comprehend the rich quantization phenomena in 2D materials. The unusual effects, taken into consideration simultaneously, mainly come from the multi-orbital hybridization, the spin-orbital coupling, the intralayer and interlayer atomic interactions, the layer number, the stacking configuration, the site-energy difference, the magnetic field, and the electric field. The origins of the phenomena are discussed in depth, particularly focusing on graphene, tinene, phosphorene and MoS2, with a broader model also drawn. This model could be further used to investigate electronic properties of 1D and 3D condensed-matter systems, and this book will prove to be a valuable resource to researchers and graduate students working in 2D materials science.
Researchers in 2D materials.
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