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Coulomb Interaction and Transport in Graphene Structures

Coulomb Interaction and Transport in Graphene Structures
type:PhD thesis
time:25.01.2013
place:

Prof. Dr. Alexander Mirlin

person in charge:Michael Schütt
links:Volltext bei der KIT Bibliothek

We study the interplay of Coulomb interaction and transport in graphene. The impact of the interaction on graphene is analyzed by means of relaxation rates, in the language of an diagramatic perturbation theory, and by means of its kinetics, in the language of the Boltzman equation. The developed machinery is used to describe Coulomb drag properties of double layer graphene structures, matching the experimental observations.