Inelastic Scattering Time for Conductance Fluctuations

@article{Aleiner2002InelasticST,
  title={Inelastic Scattering Time for Conductance Fluctuations},
  author={Igor L. Aleiner and Ya. M. Blanter},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2002},
  volume={65},
  pages={115317}
}
We revisit the problem of inelastic times governing the temperature behavior of the weak localization correction and mesoscopic fluctuations in one- and two-dimensional systems. It is shown that, for dephasing by the electron electron interaction, not only are those times identical but the scaling functions are also the same. 

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