The effect of Coulomb correlations on non-equilibrium charge redistribution tuned by the tunneling current

@inproceedings{Arseyev2011TheEO,
  title={The effect of Coulomb correlations on non-equilibrium charge redistribution tuned by the tunneling current},
  author={P. I. Arseyev and Natalya S. Maslova and Vladimir N. Mantsevich},
  year={2011}
}
It was shown that tunneling current flowing through a system with Coulomb correlations leads to charge redistribution between the different localized states. Simple model consisting of two electron levels have been analyzed by means of Heisenberg motion equations taking into account all order correlations of electron filling numbers in localized states exactly. We consider various relations between Coulomb interaction and localized electron energies. Sudden jumps of electron density at each… Expand
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