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Fractional quantum Hall effect in graphene

Electrons move in circular orbits above a hexagonal graphene surface.

Under certain conditions, electrons in two-dimensional material can become locked into tight circular orbits of particular sizes and energies, known as the fractional quantum Hall effect.

January 2018 • JQI • https://jqi.umd.edu/news/light-may-unlock-new-quantum-dance-electrons-graphene • Tagged: Illustration

Notes

This was a collaboration with Nina Beier, a science communication intern while I was at the JQI. She wrote the story and came up with the concept for the illustration, and we worked together to bring it to life.