Magnetism in closed-shell quantum dots: emergence of magnetic bipolarons.


Similar to atoms and nuclei, semiconductor quantum dots exhibit the formation of shells. Predictions of magnetic behavior of the dots are often based on the shell occupancies. Thus, closed-shell quantum dots are assumed to be inherently nonmagnetic. Here, we propose a possibility of magnetism in such dots doped with magnetic impurities. On the example of… (More)


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