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Analysing quantized resistance behaviour in graphene Corbino p-n junction devices

TitleAnalysing quantized resistance behaviour in graphene Corbino p-n junction devices
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
Authors, D. S. Scaletta, D. K. Patel, M. Kruskopf, A. Levy, H. M. Hill, and A. F. Rigosi
JournalJ. Phys. D-Appl. Phys.
Volume53
Pagination275301
Date PublishedJUL 1
Type of ArticleArticle
ISSN0022-3727
KeywordsCorbino geometry, graphene p-n junctions, quantum Hall effect
Abstract

Just a few of the promising applications of graphene Corbino pnJ devices include two-dimensional Dirac fermion microscopes, custom programmable quantized resistors, and mesoscopic valley filters. In some cases, device scalability is crucial, as seen in fields like resistance metrology, where graphene devices are required to accommodate currents of the order 100 mu A to be compatible with existing infrastructure. However, fabrication of these devices still poses many difficulties. In this work, unusual quantized resistances are observed in epitaxial graphene Corbino p-n junction devices held at the nu=2

DOI10.1088/1361-6463/ab83bb