Quantized magneto-thermoelectric transport in low-dimensional junctions

S. E. Shafranjuk*

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Quantization of the magneto-thermoelectric transport is studied when an external d.c. magnetic field is applied to the C/N-knot formed as crossing between a narrow stripe of conducting atomic monolayer C on the one hand, and a metal stripe N on the other hand. The temperature gradient in C is created by injecting the non-equilibrium electrons, holes and phonons from the heater H thereby directing them toward the C/N-knot. A non-linear coupling between electron states of the C/N-knot counter-electrodes causes splitting of the heat flow into several fractions owing to the Lorentz force acting in the C/N-knot vicinity, thereby inducing the magneto-thermoelectric current in N, whereas the phonons pass and propagate along C further ahead. The heat flow along C generates a transversal electric current in N showing a series of maxima when dimensions of the Landau orbits and the C/N-knot match each other. It allows observing the interplay between the quantum Hall effect and the spatial quantization.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number68003
Issue number6
StatePublished - Mar 1 2015

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)


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