Electromagnetic field emitted by core–shell semiconductor nanowires driven by an alternating current

@article{Torres2021ElectromagneticFE,
  title={Electromagnetic field emitted by core–shell semiconductor nanowires driven by an alternating current},
  author={Miguel Urbaneja Torres and Kristj{\'a}n {\'O}ttar Klausen and Anna Sitek and Sigurdur I. Erlingsson and Vidar Gudmundsson and Andrei Manolescu},
  journal={Journal of Applied Physics},
  year={2021}
}
We consider tubular nanowires with polygonal cross-section, whose geometry has important implications for the electron localization and separates the lowest energy groups into two sets of corner and side-localized states. The presence of an external magnetic field transversal to the nanowires imposes an additional localization mechanism, the electrons being pushed to the sides relative to the direction of the field. This has important implications on the current density, as it creates current… 
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