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DATE

1997-03-01

AUTHORS

M. Brack, J. Blaschke, S.C. Creagh, A.G. Magner, P. Meier, S. M. Reimann

ABSTRACT

We discuss the semiclassical periodic orbit theory (POT) and some of its recent extensions which are applicable also to systems exhibiting a transition from integrable to chaotic behaviour. We apply the POT to give a semiclassical interpretation of shell effects in free metal clusters and semiconductor quantum dots in terms of classical periodic orbits. In particular, we study the ground-state deformations of large metal clusters and discuss the recently observed conductance oscillations in a circular quantum dot under the influence of an external magnetic field. We also predict the shell structure of a triangular quantum dot, using as models a triangular billiard and the Hénon-Heiles potential including weak magnetic fields. More... »

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276-281

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