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|Title:||Diffusion and Ballistic Contributions of the Interaction Correction to the Conductivity of a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas|
|Authors:||Minkov, G. M.|
Germanenko, A. V.
Rut, O. E.
Sherstobitov, A. A.
Larionova, V. A.
Bakarov, A. K.
Zvonkov, B. N.
|Publisher:||American Physical Society (APS)|
|Citation:||Diffusion and Ballistic Contributions of the Interaction Correction to the Conductivity of a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas / G. M. Minkov, A. V. Germanenko, O. E. Rut et al. // Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. — 2006. — Vol. 74. — Iss. 4. — 045314.|
|Abstract:||The results of an experimental study of interaction quantum correction to the conductivity of two-dimensional electron gas in A3 B5 semiconductor quantum well heterostructures are presented for a wide range of Tτ parameter (Tτ 0.03-0.8), where τ is the transport relaxation time. A comprehensive analysis of the magnetic field and temperature dependences of the resistivity and the conductivity tensor components shows that the interaction correction can be divided into the ballistic and diffusion parts. It is shown that the ballistic part renormalizes in the main the electron mobility, whereas the diffusion part contributes to the diagonal and does not contribute to the off-diagonal component of the conductivity tensor. We have experimentally found the values of the Fermi-liquid parameters describing the electron-electron contribution to the transport coefficients, which are found to be in good agreement with the theoretical results. © 2006 The American Physical Society.|
|metadata.dc.description.sponsorship:||We thank Igor Gornyi for useful discussion. This work was supported in part by the RFBR Grant Nos. 04-02-16626, 05-02-16413, and 06-02-16292, the CRDF Grant Nos. EK-005-X1 and Y1-P-05-11, the INTAS Grant No. 1B290, and by the Grant of President of Russian Federation for Young Scientists Grant No. MK-1778.2205.2.|
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