Addition Spectrum Oscillations of Fractional Quantum Hall Dots

@article{Goldmann1996AdditionSO,
  title={Addition Spectrum Oscillations of Fractional Quantum Hall Dots},
  author={Eyal Goldmann and Scot R. Renn},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={1996}
}
Quantum dots in the fractional quantum Hall regime are studied using a Hartree formulation of composite fermion theory. Under appropriate conditions the chemical potential of the dots will oscillate periodically with B due to the transfer of composite fermions between quasi-Landau bands. This effect is analogous to the addition spectrum oscillations which occur in quantum dots in the integer quantum Hall regime. Period phi_0 oscillations are found in sharply confined dots with filling factors… 
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