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By Jainendra K. Jain

ISBN-10: 051128618X

ISBN-13: 9780511286186

ISBN-10: 0521862329

ISBN-13: 9780521862325

While electrons are restricted to 2 dimensions, cooled to close absolute 0 temperature, and subjected to a robust magnetic box, they shape an unique new collective nation of topic. Investigations into this started with the observations of vital and fractional quantum corridor results, that are one of the most crucial discoveries in condensed topic physics. The fractional quantum corridor impact and a movement of alternative unforeseen findings are defined by means of a brand new type of debris: composite fermions. This textbook is a self-contained, pedagogical advent to the physics and experimental manifestations of composite fermions. perfect for graduate scholars and educational researchers, it includes various routines to enhance the innovations awarded. the subjects coated comprise the vital and fractional quantum corridor results, the composite-fermion Fermi sea, several types of excitations, the position of spin, aspect country shipping, electron reliable, bilayer physics, fractional braiding statistics and fractional neighborhood cost.

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Various improvements in MBE technology (Fig. 8 [514]) have resulted in the rise of sample mobility from 100 thousand in 1980 to above 20 million in 2000 (in the conventional units of cm2 /Vs) in GaAs based 2D systems. QHE has also been observed in several other materials including: strained Si quantum wells in Si–SiGe heterostructures [268, 362, 452]; single graphite layers, also known as graphene [480, 745]; and perhaps even 2D multilayer organic metals [20]. The discussion in the rest of this book assumes parameters appropriate for GaAs 2D systems, either electron or hole doped, which, to date, have revealed the most extensive phenomenology.

105) where we have used results from Appendix B. 10 Spherical geometry In the spherical geometry (Fig. 3), the two-dimensional sheet containing electrons is wrapped around the surface of a sphere, and a perpendicular (radial) magnetic field is generated by placing a Dirac magnetic monopole at the center of the sphere. Two reasons for the popularity of this compact geometry are: First, it does not have edges, which makes it suitable for an investigation of the bulk properties. Second, Landau levels have a finite degeneracy (for a finite magnetic field), which is useful in identifying incompressible states for finite systems.

125) Here, the subscripts i, j, k stand for x, y, or z of the Cartesian coordinate system. 126) satisfies the angular momentum algebra [Li , Lj ] = i ijk Lk . 127) The raising and lowering operators are defined as L± = Lx ± iLy . 129) which implies that they raise or lower the Lz eigenvalue by one unit. Explicit expressions can be obtained for the angular momentum operator L. 130) ∂ ∂ Q + i cot θ + . 4 Constraints on quantum numbers Noting that · = · = 0, and using Eq. 126), we have | |2 = |L − Q |2 = L2 − Q2 .

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