Effect of non-classical current paths in networks of 1-dimensional wires
Conference contribution, 1996

At low temperatures, the quantum corrections to the resistance due to weak localization and electron-electron interaction are affected by the shape and topology of samples. We observed these effects in the resistance of 2D percolation networks made from 1D wires and in a series of long 1D wires with regularly spaced side branches. Branches outside the classical current path strongly reduce the quantum corrections to the resistance and these reductions become a measure of the quantum lengths

mesoscopic systems

semiconductor quantum wires

percolation

electrical resistivity

Author

P. M. Echternach

A. G. Mikhalchuk

H. M. Bozler

M. E. Gershenson

A. L. Bogdanov

Department of Physics

Bengt Nilsson

Department of Physics

Czechoslovak Journal of Physics

0011-4626 (ISSN)

Areas of Advance

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2010-2017)

Subject Categories

Condensed Matter Physics

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10/6/2017