Quantum Hydrodynamic Transport in Graphene

Posted in Journal Articles on October 30, 2015 at 10:13 am by JCCMP

1.Transport in inhomogeneous quantum critical fluids and in the Dirac fluid in graphene.
Authors: Andrew Lucas, Jesse Crossno, Kin Chung Fong, Philip Kim, Subir Sachdev.

2.Observation of the Dirac fluid and the breakdown of the Wiedemann-Franz law in graphene.
Authors: Jesse Crossno, Jing K. Shi, Ke Wang, Xiaomeng Liu, Achim Harzheim, Andrew Lucas, Subir Sachdev, Philip Kim, Takashi Taniguchi, Kenji Watanabe, Thomas A. Ohki, Kin Chung Fong.

3.Negative local resistance due to viscous electron backflow in graphene.
Authors: D.A.Bandurin, I.Torre, R.Krishna Kumar, M.Ben Shalom, A. Tomadin, A.Principi, G.H. Auton, E.Khestanova, K.S. Novoselov, I.V. Grigorieva, L.A. Ponomarenko, A.K. Geim, M. Polini.

4.Electron Viscosity, Current Vortices and Negative Nonlocal Resistance in Graphene.
Authors: Leonid Levitov, Gregory Falkovich.

5.Non-local transport and the hydrodynamic shear viscosity in graphene.
Authors: Iacopo Torre, Andrea Tomadin, Andre K. Geim, Marco Polini.

6.Collision-dominated nonlinear hydrodynamics in graphene.
Authors: U. Briskot, M. Schu ?tt, I. V. Gornyi, M. Titov, B. N. Narozhny, A. D. Mirlin.

7.Bulk and shear viscosities of the 2D electron liquid in a doped graphene sheet.
Authors: Alessandro Principi, Giovanni Vignale, Matteo Carrega, Marco Polini.

Recommended with a commentary by Francisco Guinea, Imdea Nanoscience and University of Manchester.
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DOI: 10.36471/JCCM_October_2015_02

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