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Electron kinetics in isolated mesoscopic rings driven out of equilibrium
V.I.Yudson ; V.E.Kravtsov ;
Date 7 Jun 2002
Journal Phys.Rev.B., v.67, 155310 (2003)
Subject Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect | cond-mat.mes-hall
AbstractKinetic theory of nonlinear current response to an external field is developed for mesoscopic normal metal rings threaded by a magnetic flux. General expressions for direct current (DC) are derived for a non-equilibrium regime. These expressions describe simultaneously a contribution to DC made by a non-equilibrium (external) field, as well as the contribution caused by interaction with intrinsic fields. Contributions of electron-electron and electron-phonon interactions to the direct current in a non-equilibrium systems are studied. The kinetic equation for electrons in a disordered metal ring is solved with taking into account the Coulomb and electron-phonon interactions. This gives an estimate of an overheating of the pumped electron system.
Source arXiv, cond-mat/0206109
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