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Coexistence of electron and hole transport in graphene

Physical Review B
American Physical Society
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  • Physics


When sweeping the carrier concentration in monolayer graphene through the charge neutrality point, the experimentally measured Hall resistivity shows a smooth zero crossing. Using a two-component model of coexisting electrons and holes around the charge neutrality point, we unambiguously show that both types of carriers are simultaneously present. For high magnetic fields up to 30 T the electron and hole concentrations at the charge neutrality point increase with the degeneracy of the zero-energy Landau level, which implies a quantum Hall metal state at nu = 0 made up by both electrons and holes.

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