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Monotonic growth and other new features of interlayer magnetoresistance in strongly anisotropic quasi-2D compounds

18/12/2012 P.D. Grigoriev, L.D. Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics RAS, 142432, Chernogolovka, Russia

 

Interlayer magnetoresistance in strongly anisotropic quasi-2D metals, where the interlayer hopping time is comparable to the cyclotron period, has many qualitatively new features. This makes the standard 3D theory inapplicable to these compounds. In my talk I briefly summarize the old results and introduce the recent theoretical findings on interlayer magnetoresistance in strongly anisotropic quasi-2D metals. In particular, its field and angular dependence strongly differs as compared to the standard 3D theory. The quasi-2D layered compounds are very common : heterostructures, intercalated graphite, organic metals, all high-Tc superconducting materials, including cuprates and pnictides, etc.