## Advances in Research and Applications: Semiconductor Heterostructures and NanostructuresThe explosion of the science of mesoscopic structures is having a great impact on physics and electrical engineering because of the possible applications of these structures in microelectronic and optoelectronic devices of the future. This volume of Solid State Physics consists of two comprehensive and authoritative articles that discuss most of the physical problems that have so far been identified as being of importance in semiconductor nanostructures. Much of the volume is tutorial in characture--while at the same time time presenting current and vital theoretical and experimental results and a copious reference list--so it will be essential reading to all those taking a part in the research and development of this emerging technology. |

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1D subbands 2DEG Aharonov—Bohm anticrossing approximation backscattering boundary scattering bulk calculated classical collimation conductance ﬂuctuations conduction band conﬁning potential constriction corresponding cyclotron deﬁned density diffusion discussed in Section dispersion relations edge channels effective mass eigenstates electric ﬁeld electron electrostatic envelope function equation exciton experiment experimental Fermi energy Fermi level ﬁnds ﬁnite ﬁrst ﬂux GaAs gate voltage geometry Hall resistance hamiltonian heavy hole heterostructures Houten impurity in-plane inﬁnite interaction interface Landau levels layer Lett light hole magnetic ﬁeld magnetoresistance metal regime nanostructures narrow channel oscillations parabolic periodic phase coherence phonon Phys potential barrier quantization quantum Hall quantum Hall effect quantum point contact quantum wire quantum-well reﬂection region resonances result semiclassical semiconductor Shubnikov—De Haas Solid strong magnetic ﬁelds structure superlattice temperature trajectories transitions transmission probability tunneling valence band voltage probes Wannier—Stark wave function weak localization z-related zero zero-ﬁeld

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Conducting Organic Materials and Devices Suresh C. Jain,M. Willander,Vikram Kumar No preview available - 2007 |