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Pinning of magnetic-field induced Wigner molecules (WMs) confined in parabolic two-dimensional quantum dots by a charged defect is studied by an exact diagonalization approach. We found a re-entrant pinning of the WMs as function of the magnetic field, a magnetic field induced re-orientation of the WMs and a qualitatively different pinning behaviour in the presence of a positive and negative Coulomb impurity.
Experimental results on the absolute magneto-transmission of a series of high density, high mobility GaAs quantum wells are compared with the predictions of a recent magnetoplasmon theory for values of the filling factor above 2. We show that the magnetoplasmon picture can explain the non-linear features observed in the magnetic field evolution of the cyclotron resonance energies and of the absorption oscillator strength. This provides experimental evidence that inter Landau level excitations probed by infrared spectroscopy need to be considered as many body excitations in terms of magnetoplasmons: this is especially true when interpreting the oscillator strengths of the cyclotron transitions.
Comment: Manuscript (5 pages, 3 figures) and supplementary material (8 pages, 9 figures); v2 includes additional supplementary material and references; to be published in Phys. Rev. Lett
We present theoretical studies of the influence of spin orbit coupling on the spin wave excitations of the Fe monolayer and bilayer on the W(110) surface. The Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction is active in such films, by virtue of the absence of reflection symmetry in the plane of the film. When the magnetization is in plane, this leads to a linear term in the spin wave dispersion relation for propagation across the magnetization. The dispersion relation thus assumes a form similar to that of an energy band of an electron trapped on a semiconductor surfaces with Rashba coupling active. We also show SPEELS response functions that illustrate the role of spin orbit coupling in such measurements. In addition to the modifications of the dispersion relations for spin waves, the presence of spin orbit coupling in the W substrate leads to a ...
Comment: 27 pages, 13 figures, submitted to IEEE Trans. Electron. Dev., corrected typos, conclusions clarified, less meaningful figures suppressed
The current noise spectrum of a single-electron transistor (SET) coupled to a nano-mechanical resonator is calculated in the classical regime. Correlations between the charge on the SET island and the position of the resonator give rise to a distinctive noise spectrum which can be very different from that of the uncoupled SET. The current noise spectrum of the coupled system contains peaks at both the frequency of the resonator and double the resonator frequency, as well as a strong enhancement of the zero-frequency noise. The heights of the peaks are controlled by the strength of the coupling between the SET and the resonator, the damping of the resonator, and the temperature of the system.
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