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Sliding along the linear dispersion of graphene's Dirac cone is responsible for graphene's bright 2D Raman peak.
The polyacetylene spectroscopy is worked out with Kramers−Heisenberg−Dirac theory.
Theoretical flow of electrons in a two dimensional electron gas away from an electron source at the center.
Non-chaotic two-dimensional systems live on the surface of two-dimensional torus, embedded in the four dimensional space.
Electron waves resonating in a cavity formed by the curved and straight lines.
Electron flow branches when riding over a bumpy landscape, such as those encountered in a 2DEG.