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VOLUME 97 | ISSUE 7 | PAGE 496
Magneto-optics of monolayer and bilayer graphene
The optical conductivity of graphene and bilayer graphene in quantizing magnetic fields is studied. Both dynamical conductivities, longitudinal and Hall's, are analytically evaluated. The conductivity peaks are explained in terms of electron transitions. Correspondences between the transition frequencies and the magneto-optical features are established using the theoretical results. The main optical transitions obey the selection rule with Δ n=1 for the Landau number n. The Faraday rotation and light transmission in the quantizing magnetic fields are calculated. The effects of temperatures and magnetic fields on the chemical potential are considered.