Relation between barrier conductance and Coulomb blockade peak splitting for tunnel-coupled quantum dots.

  title={Relation between barrier conductance and Coulomb blockade peak splitting for tunnel-coupled quantum dots.},
  author={Golden and Halperin},
  journal={Physical review. B, Condensed matter},
  volume={53 7},
  • Golden, Halperin
  • Published 3 May 1995
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review. B, Condensed matter
We study the relation between the barrier conductance and the Coulomb blockade peak splitting for two electrostatically equivalent dots connected by tunneling channels with bandwidths much larger than the dot charging energies. We note that this problem is equivalent to a well-known single-dot problem and present solutions for the relation between peak splitting and barrier conductance in both the weak and strong coupling limits. Results are in good qualitative agreement with the experimental… 
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