Conductance plateau in quantum spin transport through an interacting quantum dot

@inproceedings{Bao2008ConductancePI,
  title={Conductance plateau in quantum spin transport through an interacting quantum dot},
  author={Y. J. Bao and Na Tong and Qing-feng Sun and Suling Shen},
  year={2008}
}
Quantum spin transport is studied in an interacting quantum dot. It is found that a conductance ”plateau” emerges in the non-linear charge conductance by a spin bias in the Kondo regime. The conductance plateau, as a complementary to the Kondo peak, originates from the strong electron correlation and exchange processes in the quantum dot, and can be regarded as one of the characteristics in quantum spin transport. Introduction. – The quantum charge transport has been extensively investigated in… CONTINUE READING
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