Физика низких температур, 2008, № 10
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2021-04-14T07:36:54ZLuttinger liquid and polaronic effects in electron transport through a molecular transistor
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Luttinger liquid and polaronic effects in electron transport through a molecular transistor
Skorobagat’ko, G.A.; Krive, I.V.
Electron transport through a single-level quantum weakly dot coupled to Luttinger liquid leads is considered
in the master equation approach. It is shown that for a weak or moderately strong interaction the differential
conductance demonstrates resonant-like behavior as a function of bias and gate voltages. The inelastic
channels associated with vibron-assisted electron tunnelling can even dominate electron transport for a certain
region of interaction strength. In the limit of strong interaction resonant behavior disappears and the differential
conductance scales as a power low on temperature (linear regime) or on bias voltage (nonlinear regime).
2008-01-01T00:00:00ZMicrowave induced forward scattering and Luttinger liquid interferences in magnetically confined quantum wires
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Microwave induced forward scattering and Luttinger liquid interferences in magnetically confined quantum wires
Nogaret, Alain; Portal, Jean-Claude; Beere, H.E.; Ritchie, D.A.; Phillips, Chris
We report on the photoresistance of a magnetic quantum wire obtained by applying a gradient of magnetic
field to a two-dimensional electron gas. Electron transmission through the magnetic wire increases by an
order of magnitude under microwave irradiation and exhibits frequency dependent magneto-oscillations as a
function of the in plane magnetic field. Both results are fully consistent with microwave coupled Luttinger
liquid edge channels which interfere at two pinning sites in the fashion of a Mach–Zehnder interferometer.
2008-01-01T00:00:00ZIndex of refraction of a photonic crystal of carbon nanotubes and homogenization of optically anisotropic periodic composites
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Index of refraction of a photonic crystal of carbon nanotubes and homogenization of optically anisotropic periodic composites
Gumen, L.N.; Krokhin, A.A.
We consider the long-wavelength limit for a periodic arrangement of carbon nanotubes. Using the Fourier
expansion method we develop an effective-medium theory for photonic crystal of aligned optically
anisotropic cylinders. Exact analytical formulas for the effective dielectric constants for the E and H
eigenmodes are obtained for arbitrary 2D Bravais lattice and arbitrary cross-section of anisotropic cylinders.
It is shown that depending on the symmetry of the unit cell photonic crystal of anisotropic cylinders behaves
in the low-frequency limit like uniaxial or biaxial optical crystal. The developed theory of homogenization
is in a good agreement with existing experimental results for the dielectric tensor of photonic crystals
of carbon nanotubes.
2008-01-01T00:00:00ZSemiclassical approach to the description of the basic properties of nanoobjects
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Semiclassical approach to the description of the basic properties of nanoobjects
Kornyushin, Y.
Present paper is a review of results, obtained in the framework of semiclassical approach in nanophysics.
Semiclassical description, based on Electrostatics and Thomas–Fermi model was applied to calculate dimensions
of the electronic shell of a fullerene molecule and a carbon nanotube. This simplified approach
yields surprisingly accurate results in some cases. Semiclassical approach provides rather good description
of the dimensions of the electronic shell of a fullerene molecule. Two types of dipole oscillations in a
fullerene molecule were considered and their frequencies were calculated. Similar calculations were performed
for a carbon nanotube also. These results look rather reasonable. Three types of dipole oscillations in
carbon nanotube were considered and their frequencies were calculated. Frequencies of the longitudinal collective
oscillations of delocalized electrons in carbon peapod were calculated as well. Metallic cluster was
modeled as a spherical ball. It was shown that metallic cluster is stable; its bulk modulus and the frequency
of the dipole oscillation of the electronic shell relative to the ions were calculated.
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