Remote electron plasmon polaron in graphene
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The Coulomb interaction and the correlation of a remote electron with a single layer of graphene is investigated in the presence of a magnetic field applied perpendicular to the graphene layer. The remote electron polarizes the electron gas in the graphene layer, which we describe in terms of excitations of virtual plasmons in graphene. The composite quasiparticle formed by electron plus polarization is called a plasmon polaron. The ground-state energy of this quasiparticle is calculated within perturbation theory for remote electrons in different environments.
Source:Physical Review B, 2012, 85, 8
- Amer Physical Soc, College Pk
- Flemish Science Foundation (FWO-Vl)