4 edition of **Quantum Hall Effect** found in the catalog.

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Published
**December 16, 2005**
by Nova Science Publishers
.

Written in English

- Electricity, magnetism & electromagnetism,
- Quantum physics (quantum mechanics),
- Science,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Electricity,
- Physics,
- Quantum Theory

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 433 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL8877076M |

ISBN 10 | 1594543992 |

ISBN 10 | 9781594543999 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 62300999 |

David Tong writes excellent clear pedagogical papers: [] Lectures on the Quantum Hall Effect Here’s a book The Quantum Hall Effects I once read a book called “The Quantum Hall Effect” which I think was different but could not now find a. In book: Solid State Properties, pp In this Chapter we discuss the theory of the quantum Hall effect in systems where the electrons have degrees of freedom in addition to the two.

The integer quantum Hall effect is derived for a finite rectangular sample and rather general boundary conditions using a Kubo formula : Rishabh Khare. The quantum Hall effect (QHE), one example of a quantum phenomenon that occurs on a truly macroscopic scale, has attracted intense interest since its discovery in and has helped elucidate many important aspects of quantum physics. It has also led to the establishment of a new metrological standard, the resistance quantum. Disappointingly, however, the QHE has been Cited by:

Quantum anomalous Hall effect is a kind of Hall effect. It is the "quantum" version of the anomalous Hall effect. While the anomalous Hall effect requires a combination of magnetic polarization and spin-orbit coupling to generate a finite Hall voltage even in the absence of an external magnetic field (hence called "anomalous"), the quantum Author: Heiner Denker, Setsuo Misawa, Peter Athron, Maryam Mehrnezhad, Mikael Larsson, Jonathan J. Day. In , Robert Laughlin, Horst Störmer, and Daniel Tsui won the physics Nobel prize for the discovery of the fractional quantum Hall effect [64]. The integer quantum Hall effect is observed in two dimensional electron gases which can occur, for example, in an inversion layer at the interface between the semiconductor and insulator in a MOSFET.

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The quantum Hall effects remains one of the most important subjects to have emerged in condensed matter physics over the past 20 years.

The fractional quantum Hall effect, in particular, has opened up a new paradigm in the study of strongly correlated electrons, and it has been shown that new concepts, such as fractional statistics, anyon, chiral Luttinger liquid and composite particles, are.

The quantum Hall effect (QHE) is one of the most fascinating and beautiful phenomena in all branches of physics. Tremendous theoretical and experimental developments are still being made in this sphere. In the original edition of this book, composite bosons, composite fermions and fractional charged excitations (anyons) were among the Cited by: Quantum Hall effects comprise the integer quantum Hall effect (IQHE) and the fractional quantum Hall effect (FQHE).

Both have been Nobel-winning discoveries. In this book, only the underlying physics of the quantum Hall effects are discussed and they are introduced in simple, Quantum Hall Effect book pictures.

Quantum Hall Effects:Recent Theoretical and Experimental Developments - Kindle edition by Zyun Francis Ezawa. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Quantum Hall Effects:Recent Theoretical and Experimental Developments.5/5(1). The Quantum Hall Effect (QHE) is one of the most fascinating and beautiful phenomena in all branches of physics. This title describes the phenomena associated with the.

Specific unsolved problems are mentioned throughout the book and a summary is made in the final chapter. The quantum Hall effect was discovered on about the hundredth anniversary of Hall's original work, and the finding was announced in by von Klitzing, Dorda and Pepper.

This book is a compilation of major reprint articles on one of the most intriguing phenomena in modern physics: the quantum Hall effect.

Together with a detailed introduction by the editor, this volume serves as a stimulating and valuable reference for students and research workers in condensed matter physics and for those with a particle physics background.5/5(1). the book of reprints, “Quantum Hall Eﬀect”, edited by Michael Stone.

My thanks to everyone in TIFR for their warm hospitality. Thanks also to Bart Andrews for comments and typo-spotting. These lecture notes were written as prepa-ration for research funded by the European Research Council under the EuropeanFile Size: 1MB. Theory of the Integer and Fractional Quantum Hall Effects Shosuke SASAKI.

Center for Advanced High Magnetic Field Science, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University, Machikaneyama, Toyonaka, OsakaJapan. Preface. The Hall resistance in the classical Hall effect changes continuously with applied magnetic field. The unexpected discovery of the quantum Hall effect was the result of basic research on silicon field-effect transistors combined with my experience in metrology, the science of measurements.

This personal review demonstrates that condensed matter physics Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Foreword: some remarks on the discovery of the quantum hall effect / Klaus von Klitzing --Experimental aspects and metrological applications / Marvin E.

Cage --Effects of imperfections and disorder / Richard E. Prange --Topological considerations. The quantum Hall effect (QHE) is one of the most fascinating and beautiful phenomena in all branches of physics.

Tremendous theoretical and experimental developments are still being made in this sphere. In the original edition of this book, composite bosons, composite fermions and fractional charged excitations (anyons) were among the distinguished ideas presented. analyze the Hall effect in the plateau region relative to the fundamental value 2 h/e i expected in the simple one-electron picture for integer filling factors of Landau levels.

Subsequent work in my laboratory in Wiirzburg using a super conducting solenoid confirmed the constancy of the Hall resistance both in Dorda's samples and in samples. name integer quantum Hall e ect.

For the discovery of the integer quantum Hall e ect, Klaus von Klitzing won the nobel prize in The quantisation of the conductivity happens for dirty, many-particle mesoscopic sys-tems. It is a collective quantum e ect, like superconductivity. The quantisation isFile Size: KB. Figure 2.

The integer quantum Hall effect. Plotting the Hall resistance (essentially the reciprocal of the Hall conductance) of a low-temperature two-dimensional electron gas against the strength of the imposed magnetic field normal to the gas plane, one finds a stairlike quantized sequence of Hall conductances very precisely equal to ne 2 /h, where n is the integer that characterizes each Cited by: The Quantum Hall Effect book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The fractional quantum Hall effect has opened up a new paradigm in Reviews: 1. Quantum Hall Effect Experimental measurements of longitudinal and transverse voltage drops across a Hall probe as a magnetic ﬁeld is ramped show that when the longitudinal re-sistance ˆ xx disappears, there are plateaus in the transverse (Hall) voltage.

The Hall resistance corresponding to these plateau regions is given very exactly by the. The discovery of the quantized and fractional Quantum Hall Effect phenomena is among the most important physics findings in the latter half of this century.

The precise quantization of the electrical resistance involved in the quantized Hall effect phenomena has led to the new definition of the resistance standard and has metrologically. Quantum Hall Effect. By Michael Stone Quantum Hall Effect By Michael Stone This book is a compilation of major reprint articles on one of the most intriguing phenomena in modern physics: the quantum Hall effect.

Together with a detailed introduction by the editor, this volume serves as a. The unexpected discovery of the quantum Hall effect was the result of basic research on silicon field-effect transistors combined with my experience in metrology, the science of measurements.

This personal review demonstrates that condensed matter physics is full of surprises and that access to excellent crystals and materials is a crucial ingredient of the success of experimentalists in. Lectures on the Quantum Hall Effect by David Tong. Publisher: University of Cambridge Number of pages: Description: The purpose of these lectures is to describe the basic theoretical structures underlying the rich and beautiful physics of the quantum Hall effect.There are surprisingly few dedicated books on the quantum Hall e↵ect.

Two prominent ones are • Prange and Girvin, “The Quantum Hall E↵ect” This is a collection of articles by most of the main players circa The basics are described well but there’s nothing about Chern-Simons theories or the importance of the edge Size: KB.The Quantum Hall Effect is the quantum mechanical version of the Hall Effect, and is observed under low temperature status, when the object of involvement is placed under a strong magnetic field.

When a electromotive force is applied across a stuff so charges get accelerated in the line of electric field generated as an consequence.