The magnetic field dependence of the deformation potential materials in the square well confinement potential

Joung Sug 1 , Su Lee 1 ,  and Jong Kim 2
  • 1 Electronic and Electric Eng. School, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, 702-701, Korea
  • 2 Department of Electronics Engineering, Catholic University of Daegu, Gyeongbuk, 712-702, Korea

Abstract

We study the optical Quantum Transition Line Shapes (QTLS) which show the absorption power and the Quantum Transition Line Widths (QTLW) of electron-deformation potential phonon interacting systems. In order to analyze the quantum transition, we compare the magnetic field dependencies of the QTLWand the QTLS on two transition processes, namely the intra-Landau level transition process and the inter-Landau level transition process. We apply the Quantum Transport theory (QTR) to the system in the confinement of electrons by square well confinement potential. We use the projected Liouville equation method with Equilibrium Average Projection Scheme (EAPS).

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