Plasmons and the drag effect in a strong magnetic field
Physica E: Low-Dimensional Systems and Nanostructures
80 - 88
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We study the effect of magnetoplasmons on the drag resistance in a strong magnetic field, at finite temperatures. The typical magnetic field is about 1 T, and the temperature is up to 10 K. The Landau levels are broadened by disorder, but well separated in energy. We discuss intra-Landau level magnetoplasmons, with low frequencies, below ωc, and inter-Landau level magnetoplasmons (also called Bernstein modes), with high frequencies, close to multiples of ωc. We compare the temperature dependence of the minima and maxima of the Shubnikov-de Haas oscillations of the transresistance.
Strong magnetic field
Magnetic field effects