We measured an anisotropic magnetotransport that depends on directions of an in-plane field in a bilayer quantum Hall system. We found that the longitudinal resistance near the bilayer ν = 1 quantum Hall state strongly varies when we changed an relative angle between the current and the in-plane field. It is a phenomenon peculiar to the bilayer ν = 1 quantum Hall state, because this phenomenon does not appear in a monolayer system.
- Quantum Hall effect
- Tilted magnetic fields
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Statistical and Nonlinear Physics
- Condensed Matter Physics