Anomalous conductivity phenomenon and quantum size effects in a new microstructure-modulated

Jun Liu; Lianghuan Feng
November 1993
Applied Physics Letters;11/15/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 20, p2783
Academic Journal
Examines the quantum size effects and anomalous conductivity phenomenon in microstructure-modulated superlattice. Temperature dependence of longitudinal dark conductivity; Demonstration of a negative resistance above room temperature; Measurement of the electrical conductivity using aluminum electrodes.


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