We have found that the Berry phase of bilayer graphene becomes π from 2π estimated by Shubnikov-de Haas oscillations when the A-B stacked pristine bilayer graphene experiences the Li-intercalation and sequential Li-desorption process in ultrahigh vacuum. Furthermore, the mobility of such processed bilayer graphene increases around four times larger, 8000 cm2/V·s, than that of the pristine bilayer graphene. This is mainly due to increment of the scattering time and decrement of the cyclotron mass, which can be interpreted as a result of the change of the stacking structure of bilayer graphene from A-B to A-A, corresponding to a change from the parabolic to the linear band dispersion.
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