Twistronics rooted in the twist operation towards bilayer van der Waals crystals is of both theoretical and technological importance. The realize of the correlated electronic behaviors under this operation encourages enormous effort to the research on magic-angle systems which possess sensitive response to the external field. Here, a giant dielectric difference between 30 plus or minus degree twist case is observed in a typical magnetic system 2H-VSe2 bilayer. It is shown that due to the structural inversion asymmetry in its monolayer, the different stacking of the two cases corresponds to the two kind of valley polarized states: interlayer ferrovalley and interlayer antiferrovalley. Further investigations reveal that such different dielectric response between the two states stems from the different Fermi wave vectors coupled to the electric field. More interestingly, we even obtain the selective circularly polarized optical absorption by tuning the interlayer twist. These findings open an appealing route toward functional 2D materials design for electric and optical devices.
Published in: "arXiv Material Science".