Thermo-electric response in two-dimensional Dirac systems: the role of particle-hole pairs

26 May 2020  ·  Kitinan Pongsangangan, Simonas Grubinskas, Lars Fritz ·

Clean two-dimensional Dirac systems have received a lot of attention for being a prime candidate to observe hydrodynamical transport behavior in interacting electronic systems. This is mostly due to recent advances in the preparation of ultrapure samples with sufficiently strong interactions... In this paper, we investigate the role of collective modes in the thermo-electric transport properties of those systems. We find that dynamical particle-hole pairs, plasmons, make a sizeable contribution to the thermal conductivity. While the increase at the Dirac point is moderate, it becomes large towards larger doping. We suspect, that this is a generic feature of ultraclean two-dimensional electronic systems, also applicable to degenerate systems. read more

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Strongly Correlated Electrons Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics