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Charge transport in strongly disordered and high-mobility two-dimensional materials (SP Wednesday Seminar)

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In this talk, I shall describe our recent work on strongly disordered two-dimensional materials [S.-T. Lo et al., arXiv:1409.0087; L.-I. Huang et al., arXiv:1602.08198] and the fractional quantum Hall effect in high-mobility bilayer graphene [G. Dianakov et al., arXiv:1603.00105]. Our new experimental results suggest that two-dimensional materials are interesting systems for probing fascinating physical phenomena.

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