On the Effect of the Coulomb Interaction in the Quantum Hall Regime
A characteristic feature of the quantum Hall effect (QHE) is that in the plateau regimes of the Hall voltage the parallel current vanishes and thus no dissipation occurs. Thus one may try to treat the system as being in thermal equilibrium under the constraint of a constant electric current.
KeywordsLandau Level Quantum Hall Effect Hall Voltage Magnetic Length Fermi Distribution Function
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