High-quality two-dimensional electron system confined in an AlAs quantum well

Lay, T.S.; Heremans, J.J.; Suen, Y.W.; Santos, M.B.; Hirakawa, K.; Shayegan, M.; Zrenner, A.
June 1993
Applied Physics Letters;6/14/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 24, p3120
Academic Journal
Presents the characterization of a high-quality two-dimensional electron system in the X-point valley of an aluminum arsenide quantum well. Measurement of the modulation density and mobility; Determination of the effective mass; Observation of quantum Hall states at integral Landau-level fillings.


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