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Tajima, Shingo
Ebisuoka, Ryoya
Watanabe, Kenji
Taniguchi, Takashi
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Ballistic transport was studied in a multiple-band system consisting of an antidot lattice of AB-stacked trilayer graphene. The low temperature magnetoresistance showed commensurability peaks arising from matching of the antidot lattice period and radius of cyclotron orbits for each mono- and bilayer-like band in AB stacked trilayer graphene. The commensurability peak of the monolayer-like band appeared at a lower magnetic field than that of the bilayer-like band, which reflects the fact that the Fermi surface of the bilayer-like band is larger than that of monolayer-like band. Rotation of the antidot lattice relative to the crystallographic axes of graphene resulted in anisotropic magnetoresistance, which reflects the trigonally warped Fermi surface of the bilayer-like band. Numerical simulations of magnetoresistance that assumed ballistic transport in the mono- and bilayer-like bands approximately reproduced the observed magnetoresistance features. It was found that the monolayer-like band significantly contributes to the conductivity even though its carrier density is an order smaller than that of the bilayer-like band. These results indicate that ballistic transport experiments could be used for studying the anisotropic band structure of multiple-band systems.
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This work was supported by a grant KAKENHI No. 25107003 from MEXT Japan.
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Journal of the Physical Society of Japan
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Volume 89
issue
Issue 4
start page
044703-1
end page
044703-8
date of issued
2020-03-09
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The Physical Society of Japan
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0031-9015
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eng
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Journal Articles
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Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering