Quantum oscillatory effect in graphite intercalation compounds
We present a study of the bromine second stage graphite intercalation compound by the de Haas-van Alphen effect and its relation with some recent structural work. These two combined studies suggest the possibility of charge density waves which are discussed.
KeywordsCharge Density Wave
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