Anomalous Hall Crystals or Moiré Chern Insulators? Spontaneous versus explicit translational symmetry breaking in graphene pentalayers

Posted in Journal Articles on January 31, 2024 at 11:51 am by JCCMP

1. Theory of fractional quantum anomalous Hall phases in pentalayer rhombohedral graphene moiré structures
Authors: Zhihuan Dong, Adarsh S. Patri, and T. Senthil
arXiv:2311.03445; DOI: 10.48550/arXiv.2311.03445

2. Fractional quantum anomalous Hall effects in rhombohedral multilayer graphene in the moiréless limit and in Coulomb imprinted superlattice
Authors: Boran Zhou, Hui Yang, and Ya-Hui Zhang
arXiv:2311.04217; DOI: 10.48550/arXiv.2311.04217

3. Anomalous Hall Crystals in Rhombohedral Multilayer Graphene I: Interaction-Driven Chern Bands and Fractional Quantum Hall States at Zero Magnetic Field
Authors: Junkai Dong, Taige Wang, Tianle Wang, Tomohiro Soejima, Michael P. Zaletel, Ashvin Vishwanath, and Daniel E. Parker
arXiv:2311.05568; DOI: 10.48550/arXiv.2311.05568

4. Theory of fractional Chern insulator states in pentalayer graphene moiré superlattice
Authors: Zhongqing Guo, Xin Lu, Bo Xie, Jianpeng Liu
arXiv:2311.14368; DOI: 10.48550/arXiv.2311.14368

5. Moiré Fractional Chern Insulators III: Hartree-Fock Phase Diagram, Magic Angle Regime for Chern Insulator States, the Role of the Moiré Potential and Goldstone Gaps in Rhombohedral Graphene Superlattices
Authors: Yves H. Kwan, Jiabin Yu, Jonah Herzog-Arbeitman, Dmitri K. Efetov, Nicolas Regnault, and B. Andrei Bernevig
arXiv:2312.11617; DOI: 10.48550/arXiv.2312.11617

Recommended with a commentary by S.A. Parameswaran , University of Oxford
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DOI: 10.36471/JCCM_January_2024_02

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