Electron–Electron Interactions in Disordered Systems by A.L. EFROS and M. POLLAK (Eds.)

By A.L. EFROS and M. POLLAK (Eds.)

``Electron-Electron Interactions in Disordered Systems'' bargains with the interaction of ailment and the Coulomb interplay. favourite specialists supply state of the art studies of the theoretical and experimental paintings during this box and make it transparent that the interaction of the 2 results is key, in particular in low-dimensional systems.

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2 where the cross-over takes place when the sample size becomes equal to Σ . As already pointed out, L

10. Tunneling conductivity G = dl/dV of a contact with Ge _ A u electrode vs. 2, after McMillan and Mochel (1981). Y x x Therefore measurement of the additional tunneling conductivity as a function of bias voltage should yield us directly the dependence of the density of states on the energy of the quasiparticles. Altshuler and Aronov (1979a, c) analyzed experimental data obtained in studies of the tunneling resistance of A l - I ( 0 ) - A u contacts (Bermon and So 1978) and showed it to be proportional to \V\ at eV> T.

1982c). L. G. Aronov The corrections to the thermodynamic potential stemming from the electron interaction may be of two kinds: (1) Due to electron interaction in the diffusion channel. Physically, this effect originates from the enhancement of interaction between particles resulting from their diffusive motion. , due to the enhancement of interaction between particles as a result of quantum interference which leads to an enhanced probability to find two particles at one point. Consider first the diffusion corrections to the thermodynamic potential.

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