Dirac-Weyl equation on a hyperbolic graphene surface under perpendicular magnetic fields. (arXiv:1909.06831v1 [math-ph])
In this paper the Dirac-Weyl equation on a hyperbolic surface of graphene under magnetic fields is considered. In order to solve this equation analytically for some cases, we will deal with vector potentials symmetric under rotations around the z axis. Instead of using tetrads we will get this equation from a more intuitive point of view by restriction from the Dirac-Weyl equation of an ambient space. The eigenvalues and corresponding eigenfunctions for some magnetic fields are found by means of the factorization method. The existence of a zero energy ground level and its degeneracy is also analysed in relation to the Aharonov-Casher theorem valid for flat graphene.
Published : "arXiv Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics".