Coherent Branched Flow in a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas

@inproceedings{MATopinka2000CoherentBF,
  title={Coherent Branched Flow in a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas},
  author={M.A.Topinka and B.J.LeRoy and R.M.Westervelt and S.E.J.Shaw and R.Fleischmann and E.J.Heller and K.D.Maranowski and A.C.Gossard},
  year={2000}
}
  • M.A.Topinka, B.J.LeRoy, +5 authors A.C.Gossard
  • Published 2000
  • Physics
  • Semiconductor nanostructures based on two dimensional electron gases (2DEGs) have the potential to provide new approaches to sensing, information processing, and quantum computation. Much is known about electron transport in 2DEG nanostructures and many remarkable phenomena have been discovered (e.g. weak localization, quantum chaos, universal conductance fluctuations)1,2 - yet a fundamental aspect of these devices, namely how electrons move through them, has never been clarified. Important… CONTINUE READING

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