Level Broadening at interfaces


by collpitt
Tags: broadening, coherent transport, interface, interfaces, level broadening, mesoscopic transport
collpitt
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Jan26-14, 04:53 AM
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Dear all,
I have a question regarding electronic transport in a device with length smaller than the phase relaxation length.
Consider a coherent device with an interface in the middle. The interface would act as a scatterer and the electron distribution across the interface would be non-uniform. Will this non-uniform distribution dictate a level broadening near the vicinity of the interface?

Please answer the question/post some references!

Thank you
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UltrafastPED
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Jan26-14, 03:35 PM
Thanks
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I should think that it would.

You should be able to find articles/references with appropriate queries via Google Scholar.


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