Perpendicular electron transport through a two-dimensional electron-gas layer

Jansen, R.-J.E.; Farid, Behnam
April 1992
Applied Physics Letters;4/13/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 15, p1881
Academic Journal
Analyzes the scattering process of high-energy electron injected at right angle into a zero-temperature two-dimensional electron gas layer (2DEG). Interpretation of the process by scattering probability of hot carrier; Calculation of total scattering rate and energy loss of hot electron; Comparison with experiments on hot-electron transistor with 2DEG base.


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