Transport Through Low Density Quantum Dots

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As can be seen from the results summarized in the previous section, the behavior of the Hamiltonian in the region of strong interactions for which short range correlations exist fits the results of the experiment better than the results in the weak interaction (corresponding to the constant interaction) regime. Especially one should note the shape of the conductance peak spacing and the value of the correlation flux. The strong interaction behavior of these quantum dots is the result of their low density. The fact that these quantum dots are strongly coupled Coulomb systems can be seen from the results of recent transport measurements, which cannot be explained in the weak interaction limit.
Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publicationStrongly Coupled Coulomb Systems
EditorsKalman GJ, Rommel JM, Blagoev KB
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherPlenum Press
StatePublished - 1998


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