The longitudinal optical conductivity in bilayer graphene and other two-dimensional systems
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- Physica B: Condensed Matter, 2015, 457 pp. 92 - 95
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© 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. The longitudinal optical conductivity in bilayer graphene is calculated using the dielectric function by defining the density operator theoretically, while the effect of the broadening width determined by the scattering sources on the optical conductivity is also investigated. Some features, such as chirality, energy dispersion and density of state (DOS) in bilayer graphene, are similar to those in monolayer graphene and a traditional two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG). Therefore, in this paper, the bilayer graphene optical conductivity is compared with the results in these two systems. The analytical and numerical results show that the optical conductivity per graphene layer is almost a constant and close to e2/(4ℏ), which agrees with the experimental results.
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