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Magnetic Minibands and Electron–Electron Bound States in Ac-Driven Graphene with Space-Modulated Gap

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The emergence of the magnetic minibads in the quasienergy spectrum of graphene superlattice subjected to the quantizing magnetic field and electromagnetic radiation was investigated. The graphene superlattice was assumed to be formed by space-periodical modulation of the gap in the vicinity of the Dirac point of the graphene band structure. The explicit form of the Floquet spectrum of electron was derived in the case of weak spatial modulation. Minibads widths were shown to change with ac electric field amplitude. The possibility of electron–electron bound states was shown. The binding energies of these states were shown to be the function of the amplitude of ac electric field.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2017

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