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Quantum Transport Phenomena in Low-Dimensional Electron Systems

Crispin H. W. Barnes

Quantum Transport Phenomena in Low-Dimensional Electron Systems

by Crispin H. W. Barnes

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physics,
  • Science,
  • Science / Physics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7754903M
    ISBN 10052180485X
    ISBN 109780521804851

    I am an associate professor working with experimental low temperature quantum transport at the Center for Quantum Devices. Read more >> My research focuses on the physics of semiconductor nanowires couples to superconductors and on mesoscopic phenomena in strongly correlated electron systems emerging at the interfaces of complex oxide. This book gives a thorough account of the theory of electronic transport in such mesoscopic systems. After an initial chapter covering fundamental concepts, the transmission function formalism is presented, and used to describe three key topics in mesoscopic physics: the quantum Hall effect; localisation; and double-barrier by:

    This book, written by leading experts in the field, covers such topics as the Kondo effect, electron transport, disorder and quantum coherence with electron-electron interaction, persistent current and thermoelectric phenomena, in quantum dots, quantum wires, carbon nanotubes and more. electron solid g deville e y andrei and f i b williams electron transport on a buy two dimensional of physics in low dimensional electron systems in semiconductor heterostructures oxide interfaces quantum wells and superlattices quantum wires and dots and emerging phenomena such as two.

    This graduate textbook provides an in-depth description of the transport phenomena relevant to systems of nanoscale dimensions. In this textbook the different theoretical approaches are critically discussed, with emphasis on their basic assumptions and : Massimiliano Di Ventra. Later chapters describe experiments with the Wagner crystal, and discuss the many-electron theory of transport of a 2D non-degenerate system, transport phenomena, experiments on the out-of-plane motion of electrons, non-linear and polaronic effects, the effects of disorder on transport properties, and properties of the 2D non-degenerate system.


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"Molecular transport phenomena in junctions is a very 'hot' area, that is best understood in terms of quantum transport phenomena in general.

This book, by one of the true leaders in this field, presents and clarifies molecular transport in the context of the larger quantum transport area. The text is lucid, masterful, understandable and unified/5(6).

Transport phenomena in low dimensional systems such as in quantum wells (2D), quantum wires (1D), and quantum dots (0D) are dominated by quantum effects not included in the classical treatments based on the Boltzmann equation and discussed in Chaps.

7 – Author: Mildred Dresselhaus, Gene Dresselhaus, Stephen B. Cronin, Antonio Gomes Souza Filho. Low-Dimensional Electronic Systems New Concepts. Editors (view affiliations) Günther Bauer;quantum transport including the integer and fractional quantum Hall effect, optical and transport studies of the two-dimensional Wigner solid, phonon studies of low-dimensional systems, and Si/SiGe heterostructures and superlattices.

Abstract. Electron transport in nanostructured systems, with characteristic sizes that are less than the mean free path of the electron or the phase relaxation length of its wave functions, becomes so nontrivial that it requires reinterpretation and rephrasing of the term resistance itself.

This book is a snapshot of the vision shared by outstanding scientists on the key theoretical and experimental issues in Mesoscopic Physics. Quantum properties of electrons in solid state devices and transport in semiconducting and superconducting low-dimensional systems, are discussed, as well as the basis of quantum computing (entanglement, noise decoherence and read-out).

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One is the ballistic and quantum (wave) transport phenomena whose study is made possible by the long carrier mean-free-path and phase coherence length in such materials. With the help of high-resolution lithographic and novel growth techniques to produce low-dimensional structures, a wealth of new, albeit often single-body, mesoscopic phenomena.

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Low-dimensional semiconductor structures provides a seamless, atoms-to-devices introduction to the latest quantum heterostructures.

It covers their fabrication, their electronic, optical, and transport properties, their role in exploring new physical phenomena, and their utilization in : $ Low-dimensional systems are considered: quasi-two-dimensional structures- quantum wells, quasi-one-dimensional ones — quantum wires and quasi-zero-dimensional ones — quantum dots.

The quantum-mechanical phenomena in such systems is discussed and effects of. In quantum systems such as these, electron wave behavior prevails, and transport properties must be assessed by calculating transmission amplitudes rather than microscopic conductivity.

Emphasis is placed on detailing the physical laws that apply under these circumstances, and on giving a clear account of the most important phenomena. Transport in quantum phenomena in open electron cavities known as quantum dots.

The transport through these structures is shown to be heavily influenced by the remnants of their. Cui studies nanoscale phenomena and their applications broadly defined. Research Interests include nanocrystal and nanowire synthesis and self-assembly, electron transfer and transport in nanomaterials and at the nanointerface, nanoscale electronic and photonic devices, batteries, solar cells, microbial fuel cells, water filters and chemical and biological sensors.

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Many of these ideas have emerged from work on electrons bound to the surface of a weakly polarizable substrate such as liquid helium or solid. This Advanced Study Institute on the Electronic Properties of Multilayers and Low Dimensional Semiconductor Structures focussed on several of the most active areas in modern semiconductor physics.

These included resonant tunnelling and superlattice phenomena and Brand: Springer US.The discovery of the quantized and fractional Quantum Hall Effect phenomena is among the most important physics findings in the latter half of this century. The precise quantization of the electrical resistance involved in the quantized Hall effect phenomena has led to the new definition of the resistance standard and has metrologically affected all of science and technology.Get this from a library!

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