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Spin-Dependent Transport Through An Interacting Quantum Dot
Ping Zhang ; Qi-Kun Xue ; Yu-Peng Wang ; X.C. Xie ;
Date 10 Oct 2002
Subject Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect; Strongly Correlated Electrons | cond-mat.mes-hall cond-mat.str-el
AbstractWe study the nonequilibrium spin transport through a quantum dot containing two spin levels coupled to the magnetic electrodes. A formula for the spin-dependent current is obtained and is applied to discuss the linear conductance and magnetoresistance in the interacting regime, where the so-called Kondo effect arises. We show that the Kondo resonance and the correlation-induced spin splitting of the dot levels may be systematically controlled by internal magnetization in the electrodes. As a result, when the electrodes are in parallel magnetic configuration, the linear conductance is characterized by two spin-resolved peaks. Furthermore, the presence of the spin-flip process in the dot splits the Kondo resonance into three peaks.
Source arXiv, cond-mat/0210241
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