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Bound states and magnetic field-induced valley splitting in gate-tunable graphene quantum dots

Bound states and magnetic field-induced valley splitting in gate-tunable graphene quantum dots

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RECHER, Patrik, Johan NILSSON, Guido BURKARD, Björn TRAUZETTEL, 2009. Bound states and magnetic field-induced valley splitting in gate-tunable graphene quantum dots. In: Physical Review / B. 79, 85407

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