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Transport of Interacting Electrons in Mesoscopic Systems

by T. H. Stoof

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Published by Delft Univ Pr .
Written in English

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  • Science/Mathematics

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    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12803503M
    ISBN 109040715033
    ISBN 109789040715037

    Mesoscopic Electron Transport highlights selected areas in the field, provides a comprehensive review of such systems, and also serves as an introduction to the new and developing areas of mesoscopic electron transport. Notes "Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division.". Quantum mesoscopic physics covers a whole class in interference effects related to the propagation of waves in complex and random media. These effects are ubiquitous in physics, from the behaviour of electrons in metals and semiconductors to the propagation of electromagnetic waves in suspensions such as colloids, and quantum systems like cold atomic by:

    Mesoscopic Physics of Electrons and Photons by Eric Akkermans, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The aim of this book is to introduce the basic elements of the scattering matrix approach to transport phenomena in dynamical quantum systems of non-interacting electrons. This approach admits a physically clear and transparent description of transport processes in dynamical mesoscopic systems promising basic elements of solid-state devices for.

    Mesoscopic electron and phonon transport through a curved wire Shi-Xian Qu and Michael R. Geller Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia , USA (Received 9 April ; published 26 August ) There is great interest in the development of novel nanomachines that use charge, spin, or energy transport. The purpose of this symposium was to discuss the latest developments in mesoscopic systems, especially transport phenomena, from the viewpoint of basic physics. This volume starts with an introduction to the field of mesoscopic systems together with the paper by Prof. R. Kubo, who was the first to note the existence of particular features of.


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Transport of Interacting Electrons in Mesoscopic Systems by T. H. Stoof Download PDF EPUB FB2

Transport of interacting electrons in mesoscopic systems. Delft: Delft University Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Stoof, Theodorus Henricus. Transport of interacting electrons in mesoscopic systems. Delft: Delft University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors.

Ongoing developments in nanofabrication technology and the availability of novel materials have led to the emergence and evolution of new topics for mesoscopic research, including scanning-tunnelling microscopic studies of few-atom metallic clusters, discrete energy level spectroscopy, the prediction of Kondo-type physics in the transport properties of quantum dots, time dependent effects, and.

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A unified theory for the current through a mesoscopic region of interacting electrons connected to two leads which can be either ferromagnet or superconductor is presented, yielding Meir-Wingreen-type formulas when applied to specific circumstances.

In such a formulation, the requirement of gauge invariance is satisfied automatically. Moreover, one can judge unambiguously what quantities Cited by: 5. Electronic Transport in Mesoscopic Systems (Cambridge Studies in Semiconductor Physics and Microelectronic Engineering Book 3) - Kindle edition by Datta, Supriyo.

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Get this from a library. Spin-dependent transport of interacting electrons in mesoscopic systems. [Andreas Lassl;].

Spin-dependent Transport of Interacting Electrons in Mesoscopic Systems Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorgrades der Naturwissenschaften (Dr. rer. nat.) der Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakult¨at II – Physik der Universit¨at Regensburg vorgelegt von Andreas Laßl aus Regenstauf Oktober Dear Colleagues, Mesoscopic physics has now become a well-established, mature field.

The techniques developed in the s and s to understand electronic transport in small conductors form a standard toolbox that is available for theoreticians and experimentalists alike. We consider electrons which are interacting with two-level-systems.

We show that the two-level-systems enhance the average equilibrium (``persistent'') current in an ensemble of mesoscopic rings.

Recent advances in semiconductor technology have made possible the fabrication of structures whose dimensions are much smaller than the mean free path of an electron.

This book gives the first thorough account of the theory of electronic transport in such mesoscopic systems. Beginning with coverage of fundamental concepts, the book presents a detailed account of transmission function formalism 5/5(4).

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).

the field of mesoscopic transport physics has been growing exponentially, and a wide range of new physical concepts have been discovered: mesoscopic resistors in series do not follow simple addition rules [2, 3], the conductance of very nar-row constrictions is quantized [4, 5], the conductance of disordered systems shows.

Ongoing developments in nanofabrication technology and the availability of novel materials have led to the emergence and evolution of new topics for mesoscopic research, including scanning-tunnelling microscopic studies of few-atom metallic clusters, discrete energy level spectroscopy, the prediction of Kondo-type physics in the transport properties of quantum dots, time dependent effects, and 5/5(1).

This book introduces researchers and students to the physical principles which govern the operation of solid-state devices whose overall length is smaller than the electron mean free path.

In quantum systems such as these, electron wave behavior prevails, and transport properties must be assessed by calculating transmission amplitudes rather. The mesoscopic regime is attained in small condensed matter systems at sufficiently low temperatures for the electrons to propagate coherently across the sample.

Include full text. Back. Print; Email; Facebook; TwitterAuthor: T.H. Stoof. Figure 1. The electron transport chain is a series of electron transporters embedded in the inner mitochondrial membrane that shuttles electrons from NADH and FADH 2 to molecular oxygen.

In the process, protons are pumped from the mitochondrial matrix to the intermembrane space, and oxygen is reduced to form water. to the understanding of two-dimensional mesoscopic systems. The method allows for the calculation of a wide range of transport quantities, incorporating a complete description of both the charge and spin degrees of freedom of the electron.

As such, it constitutes a valuable tool in the study of mesoscopic devices. This is illustrated. Quantum Transport in Mesoscopic Systems Pier A. Mello, Narendra Kumar This book presents the statistical theory of complex wave scattering and quantum transport in physical systems which have chaotic classical dynamics, as in the case of microwave cavities and quantum dots, or which possess quenched randomness, as in the case of disordered.

Transport of interacting electrons in mesoscopic systems () Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication. Save as MODS; Export to Mendeley; Save as EndNoteAuthor: T.H. Stoof.

Ongoing developments in nanofabrication technology and the availability of novel materials have led to the emergence and evolution of new topics for mesoscopic research, including scanning-tunnelling microscopic studies of few-atom metallic clusters, discrete energy level spectroscopy, the prediction of Kondo-type physics in the transport properties of quantum dots, time dependent effects, and Price: $This book gives the first thorough account of the theory of electronic transport in such mesoscopic systems.

Beginning with coverage of fundamental concepts, the book presents a detailed account of transmission function formalism which is used to describe three key topics in mesoscopic physics: the quantum Hall effect, localization, and double 8/10(15).This book is the first to give 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.