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Magnetoresistance in Parallel Fields – Julia Meyer

Date: Mon. February 21st, 2005, 12:30 pm-1:30 pm
Location: Rockefeller 221

In addition to its large scale in-plane properties, transport in (quasi) two-dimensional electron systems is sensitive to microscopic details in the transverse direction. An efficient tool to study the interplay between both is a parallel magnetic field, which probes the structure of wave functions perpendicular to the plane. Due to the Berry-Robnik symmetry effect, one finds that the magnetoresistance contains information on the geometry of the confining potential as well as characteristics of the disorder.

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