Hidden symmetries in graphene nanoribbons
Symmetry is an ubiquitous concept in physics that helps us rationalise a wide spectrum of physical properties and phenomena. Certain materials exhibit a hidden symmetry that is not evident from their spatial or atomic structure. In this work we discovered the existence of a previously overlooked hidden symmetry in graphene nanoribbons, a class of carbon-based materials that hold promise for future nanoelectronics beyond silicon.
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