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Curved paths of electron–hole pairs

The Hall effect with excitons is observed in monolayers of transition metal dichalcogenides.

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Figure 1: Hall effect and its cousins.
Figure 2: Berry phase and exciton Hall effect.


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Jauregui, L., Kim, P. Curved paths of electron–hole pairs. Nature Mater 16, 1169–1170 (2017).

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