Extraordinary temperature dependence of the resonant Andreev reflection

@article{Zhu2001ExtraordinaryTD,
  title={Extraordinary temperature dependence of the resonant Andreev reflection},
  author={Yu Zhu and Qing-feng Sun and Tsung-han Lin},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2001},
  volume={64},
  pages={134521}
}
An extraordinary temperature dependence of the resonant Andreev reflection via discrete energy level in a normal-metal / quantum-dot / superconductor (N-QD-S) system is predicted theoretically by using Green function technique. The width of zero bias conductance peak in N-QD-S is about $\sqrt{\Gamma _L^2+\Gamma_R^2}$ and does not exhibit thermal broadening, where $\Gamma_L$ and $\Gamma_R$ are the coupling strength between QD and leads. Considering the intra-dot Coulomb interaction, the Coulomb… 
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