Electronic quantum confinement in cylindrical potential well

  title={Electronic quantum confinement in cylindrical potential well},
  author={A. S. Baltenkov and Alfred Z. Msezane},
  journal={The European Physical Journal D},
Abstract The effects of quantum confinement on the momentum distribution of electrons confined within a cylindrical potential well have been analyzed. The motivation is to understand specific features of the momentum distribution of electrons when the electron behavior is completely controlled by the parameters of a non-isotropic potential cavity. It is shown that studying the solutions of the wave equation for an electron confined in a cylindrical potential well offers the possibility to… 
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