Microwave magnetoabsorption in two-dimensional electron systems

Iñarrea, Jes&a#x00FA;s; Platero, Gloria
October 2009
Applied Physics Letters;10/19/2009, Vol. 95 Issue 16, p162106
Academic Journal
Magnetoabsorption, microwave-induced resistance oscillations, and zero resistance states in two-dimensional systems are calculated in the framework of the same theory: the microwave driven Larmor orbit model. On one hand, this theory allows to obtain resistance oscillations with multiple peaks, depending on the microwave frequency. On the other hand, it also permits to calculate the microwave magnetoabsorption yielding only one broad peak at the cyclotron resonance condition.


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