Within the earlier developed high-energy-
-Hamiltonian approach to describe graphene-like materials, the simulations of non-Abelian Zak phases and band structure of the quasi-relativistic graphene model with a number of flavors
have been performed in approximations with and without gauge fields (flavors). It has been shown that a Zak-phases set for non-Abelian Majorana-like excitations (modes) in Dirac valleys of the quasi-relativistic graphene model is the cyclic group
. This group is deformed into
at sufficiently high momenta due to deconfinement of the modes. Since the deconfinement removes the degeneracy of the eightfolding valleys, Weyl nodes and antinodes emerge. We offer that a Majorana-like mass term of the quasi-relativistic model affects the graphene band structure in the following way. Firstly, the inverse symmetry emerges in the graphene model with Majorana-like mass term, and secondly the mass term shifts the location of Weyl nodes and antinodes into the region of higher energies.
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