Superinjection from Oriented Carbyne as the Result of Landau Quantization in Giant Pseudo-Magnetic Field

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ABSTRACT

The qualitative explanation of the earlier published experimental data was obtained within new energetic model of oriented carbyne. The conductivity spectrum and the superinjection effect feature Landau quantization in a giant pseudomagnetic field. The relativistic dispersion of carriers and non-dissipative character of their motion cause the effect of superinjection where carriers go upwards on an energetic ladder. Raman-spectra and other data point out to the fact that the plane of carriers’ motion is close to the carbyne-insulator interface. Quantum effects and on-surface conductivity allow considering oriented carbyne as an analogue of topological insulator.

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Y. Prazdnikov, "Superinjection from Oriented Carbyne as the Result of Landau Quantization in Giant Pseudo-Magnetic Field," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 4 No. 7, 2013, pp. 994-999. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2013.47134.

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