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Quasi-particle properties in a quasi-two-dimensional electron liquid
(Indian Academy of Sciences, 2008)
We consider the quasi-particle properties such as the effective mass and spin susceptibility of quasi-two-dimensional electron systems. The finite quantum well width effects are incorporated into the local-field factors ...
Effective electron-electron interactions and magnetic phase transition in a two-dimensional electron liquid
(Elsevier B.V., 2007)
We investigate the spin-dependent effective electron-electron interactions in a uniform system of two-dimensional electrons to understand the spontaneous magnetization expected to occur at very low density. For this purpose, ...
Many-body effects in the Coulomb drag between low density electron layers
(Elsevier Science, 2003)
Recent Coulomb drag experiments in low-density double-layer electron systems have the power of distinguishing various many-body formulations of the effective interactions. In this work we theoretically study the correlation ...
Many-body properties of a disordered charged Bose gas superlattice
(Academic Press, 2000)
We study some many-body properties of a disordered charged Bose gas (CBG) superlattice-an infinite array of CBG layers each of which containing disorder. The latter is assumed to cause collisions with the charged bosons, ...
Short-range correlations in coupled quantum-wire systems
We study the contact values of the inter-wire pair-correlation function in electron-electron and electron-hole double-wire systems. For this purpose the ladder approximation as generalized to multicomponent systems is used. ...