Conductance quantization suppression in the quantum Hall regime

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Caridad, José M. ; Power, Stephen R. ; Lotz, Mikkel R. ; Shylau, Artsem A. ; Thomsen, Joachim D. ; Gammelgaard, Lene ; Booth, Timothy J. ; Jauho, Antti-Pekka ; Bøggild, Peter (2018)

Conductance quantization is the quintessential feature of electronic transport in non-interacting mesoscopic systems. This phenomenon is observed in quasi one-dimensional conductors at zero magnetic field B, and the formation of edge states at finite magnetic fields res... View more
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