Effects of Incommensurate Potentials: Low-Dimensional Conductors in High Magnetic Fields View Full Text


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DATE

1987

AUTHORS

P. M. Chaikin , M. Ya. Azbel , P. Bak

ABSTRACT

The purpose of the present lecture is to relate the experiments and theories on the magnetic field induced transitions (MFIT) in the Bechgaard salts, to the wider problem of electrons which are subjected to both a strong magnetic field and a periodic potential. The general problem is a quite old and intriguing one whose experimental consequences have yet to be exposited but for which we may have a unique oportunity with the organic conductors. The problem is one of commensurability. The magnetic field requires a quantization of areas, while the periodic potential requires the translation symmetry of the lattice. Only at special fields are the two conditions compatable and the energy spectrum takes a most remarkable form. More... »

PAGES

221-231

Book

TITLE

Low-Dimensional Conductors and Superconductors

ISBN

978-1-4899-3613-4
978-1-4899-3611-0

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4899-3611-0_18

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