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Transport properties in Graphene BilayerGraphene is a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal pattern. It has many potential technological applications and provides a testbed to verify fundamental concepts in physics. Using quantum mechanical transmission and reflection amplitudes we study the transport properties of bilayer graphene. For the parameter range that We explored we find that the transmission probability is controlled by the applied bias. We also outline how this approach can be utilized to study oligomers and oligoacenes.