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000110982 245__ $$aElectron relaxation by LO phonons in quantum wires
000110982 260__ $$c1997
000110982 269__ $$a1997
000110982 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000110982 500__ $$aSwiss fed inst technol, inst micro & optoelect, dept phys, ch-1015 lausanne, switzerland. tech univ munich, walter schottky inst, d-85748 garching, germany. Ammann, C, UNIV LAUSANNE, INST THEORET PHYS, CH-1015 LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND.
000110982 500__ $$aISI Document Delivery No.: YJ654
000110982 500__ $$aTimes Cited: 0
000110982 500__ $$aCited Reference Count: 3
000110982 500__ $$aCited References: 
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000110982 500__ $$a     MACIEL AC, 1995, APPL PHYS LETT, V66, P3039
000110982 520__ $$aThe adiabatic approximation is used to describe the electron states of weakly-one-dimensional quantum wires. A clear order is evidenced in the longitudinal optical (LO) phonon mediated transition rates with respect to the quantum numbers of the confined states involved. The average single electron relaxation time from an excited level is shown either to increase or, surprisingly; to decrease as a function of the initial energy. The relaxation of an excited population is dynamically simulated, showing the wire size dependent accelerating and energy lowering effects of an additional phenomenological intrasubband thermalization.
000110982 700__ $$aAmmann, C.
000110982 700__ $$0240820$$aDupertuis, M. A.$$g105021
000110982 700__ $$aBockelmann, U.
000110982 700__ $$0241178$$aDeveaud, B.$$g104954
000110982 773__ $$j204$$k1$$q265-267$$tPhysica Status Solidi B-Basic Research
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