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NIST researchers hear puzzling new physics from graphene quartet's quantum harmonies
Date:9/9/2010

haffique Adam, a postdoctoral researcher who assisted with theoretical analysis of the measurements.

The research team, led by Joseph Stroscio, includes collaborators from NIST, the University of Maryland, Seoul National University, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the University of Texas at Austin.

The group's work was also recently featured in Nature Physics,** in which they describe how the energy levels of graphene's electrons vary with position as they move along the material's crystal structure. The way in which the energy varies suggests that interactions between electrons in neighboring layers may play a role.


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Contact: Mark Esser
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301-975-8735
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
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