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18 January 2022
 
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Coulomb blockade oscillations of conductance in the regime of strong tunneling
A. Furusaki ; K. A. Matveev ;
Date 9 May 1995
Subject cond-mat
AffiliationMIT
AbstractWe study the transport through a quantum dot coupled to two leads by single-mode point contacts. The linear conductance is calculated analytically as a function of a gate voltage and temperature T in the case when transmission coefficients of the contacts are close to unity. As a function of the gate voltage, the conductance shows Coulomb blockade oscillations. At low temperatures, the off-resonance conductance vanishes as T^2, in agreement with the theory of inelastic co-tunneling. Near a resonance, the low-energy physics is governed by a multi-channel Kondo fixed point.
Source arXiv, cond-mat/9505035
Other source [GID 107815] pmid10060094
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