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Inelastic electron transport through Quantum Dot coupled with an nano mechancial oscillator in the presence of strong applied magnetic field

@article{Imran2011InelasticET,
  title={Inelastic electron transport through Quantum Dot coupled with an nano mechancial oscillator in the presence of strong applied magnetic field},
  author={Muhammad Imran and Bilal Tariq and M. Tahir and Kashif Sabeeh},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2011}
}
In this study we explain the role of applied magnetic field in inelastic conduction properties of a Quantum Dot coupled with an oscillator . In the presence of strong applied magnetic field coulomb blockade effects become weak due to induced Zeeman splitting in spin degenerate eigen states of Quantum Dot.By contacting Quantum Dot by identical metallic leads tunneling rates of spin down and spin up electrons between Quantum Dot and electrodes will be symmetric. For symmetric tunneling rates of… 

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