Magnetism of topological boundary states induced by boron substitution in graphene nanoribbons

  • 23rd April 2020

We released a preprint on “Magnetism of topological boundary states induced by boron substitution in graphene nanoribbons” to Arxiv. The article shows the promising perspective of incorporating spin polarization in the conjugated electron system of graphene nanoribbons. Using automatically precise engineering topological defects it is shown that magnetism can also be induced away from physical graphene nanoribbons. Thus, opening possibilities to embed spin chains as basic elements of spintronic devices.

 

 

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