We derive BMlike continuum models for the bands of superlattice heterostructures formed out of Fechalcogenide monolayers: (I) a single monolayer experiencing an external periodic potential, and (II) twisted bilayers with longrange moire tunneling. A symmetry derivation for the interlayer moire tunnelling is provided for both the
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The stability of the spin polaron quasiparticle, well established in studies of a single hole in the 2D antiferromagnets, is investigated in the 1D antiferromagnets using a
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 2132338
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 10524835
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 SciPost Physics
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 SciPost Physics
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 17
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 1
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 25424653
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 018
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 National Science Foundation
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