Quantum oscillations in the microwave magnetoabsorption of a two-dimensional electron gas

@article{Fedorych2010QuantumOI,
  title={Quantum oscillations in the microwave magnetoabsorption of a two-dimensional electron gas},
  author={O. M. Fedorych and Marek Potemski and Sergei Studenikin and James A. Gupta and Zbig R. Wasilewski and I. A. Dmitriev},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2010},
  volume={81},
  pages={201302}
}
We report on the experimental observation of the quantum oscillations in microwave magnetoabsorption of a high-mobility two-dimensional electron gas induced by Landau quantization. Using original resonance-cavity technique, we observe two kinds of oscillations in the magnetoabsorption originating from inter-Landau-level and intra-Landau-level transitions. The experimental observations are in full accordance with theoretical predictions. Presented theory also explains why similar quantum… 

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