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Electronic Transport In Mesoscopic Systems

S. Datta
Published 1995 · Physics

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1. Preliminary concepts 2. Conductance from transmission 3. Transmission function, S-matrix and Green's functions 4. Quantum Hall effect 5. Localisation and fluctuations 6. Double-barrier tunnelling 7. Optical analogies 8. Non-equilibrium Green's function formalism.



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