PACS numbers

71.70.Di Landau levels 72.10.Bg General formulation of transport theory 72.20.−i Conductivity phenomena in semiconductors and insulators
  1. P.I. Arseev “On the nonequilibrium diagram technique: derivation, some features and applications58 1159–1205 (2015)
    03.70.+k, 05.60.Gg, 11.10.Wx, 72.10.Bg (all)
  2. I.A. Sadovskyy “Reduction of the scattering matrix array58 872–876 (2015)
    72.10.Bg, 73.23.−b, 74.78.Na (all)
  3. V.L. Pokrovsky “Landau and modern physics52 1169–1176 (2009)
    01.65.+g, 31.50.Gh, 64.60.−i, 71.70.Di (all)
  4. R.T. Sibatov, V.V. Uchaikin “Fractional differential approach to dispersive transport in semiconductors52 1019–1043 (2009)
    05.40.Fb, 72.20.−i, 73.40.−c (all)
  5. V.F. Elesin “Absolute negative conductivity phenomena in non-equilibrium three-dimensional semiconductors48 183–187 (2005)
    72.20.−i, 72.20.My, 72.40.+w (all)
  6. V.F. Gantmakher, V.N. Zverev “Magnetoimpurity resonances as indicators of an inverse photoelectron distribution function in semiconductors48 187–191 (2005)
    72.20.−i, 72.20.My, 72.40.+w (all)
  7. V.I. Ryzhii “Microwave-induced negative conductivity and zero-resistance states in two-dimensional electronic systems: history and current status48 191–198 (2005)
    72.20.−i, 72.20.My, 72.40.+w (all)
  8. S.I. Dorozhkin “Millimeter-wave response in the magnetoconductivity of highly perfect two-dimensional electron systems48 198–203 (2005)
    72.20.−i, 73.40.−c, 73.43.Qt (all)
  9. S.S. Murzin “Electron transport in the extreme quantum limit in applied magnetic field43 349–364 (2000)
    71.55.+i, 71.70.Di, 72.10.Bg, 72.20.−i (all)
  10. E.L. Nagaev, V.V. Osipov, A.A. Samokhvalov “Cooperative electric phenomena in degenerate magnetic semiconductors with spontaneous phase separation39 637–639 (1996)
    72.20.−i, 75.50.Pp (all)
  11. S.E. Esipov “Mechanisms of electrical conduction in solids32 737–737 (1989)
    72.20.−i, 72.15.−v (all)
  12. I.V. Kukushkin, S.V. Meshkov, V.B. Timofeev “Two-dimensional electron density of states in a transverse magnetic field31 511–534 (1988)
    73.20.At, 73.40.Qv, 73.40.Kp, 71.70.Di, 73.40.Cg, 72.20.Jv (all)
  13. Zh.I. Alferov, A.S. Borovik-Romanov et alBoris Petrovich Zakharchenya (on his sixtieth birthday)31 479–480 (1988)
    01.60.+q, 72.20.−i, 71.70.Ej, 71.35.−y (all)
  14. B.A. Volkov “Semiconductor encyclopedia—once again31 384–384 (1988)
    01.30.Kj, 61.72.Tt, 61.72.Vv, 72.20.−i, 61.66.Fn (all)
  15. I.V. Kukushkin, V.B. Timofeev “Density of states of two-dimensional electrons in a quantizing transverse magnetic field30 746–747 (1987)
    71.70.Di, 73.40.Qv, 73.50.Jt, 71.15.Ap, 71.35.Lk (all)
  16. S.P. Andreev “Spectra and kinetics of systems with magnetic-impurity states in a potential with finite range27 431–447 (1984)
    75.30.Hx, 71.18.+y, 72.20.My, 72.20.Jv, 71.70.Di (all)
  17. I.A. Smirnov, V.S. Oskotskii “Semiconductor-metal phase transition in rare-earth semiconductors (samarium monochalcogenides)21 117–140 (1978)
    72.60.+g, 71.25.Tn, 72.20.−i, 78.70.En (all)
  18. I.M. Tsidil’kovskii “Electrons and holes in an inertial-force field18 161–166 (1975)
    03.30.+p, 72.15.−v, 72.10.Bg (all)
  19. Yu.I. Ukhanov “Magnetooptic Faraday effect in semiconductors16 236–250 (1973)
    78.20.Ls, 78.20.Bh, 71.20.Mq, 71.20.Nr, 71.18.+y, 71.70.Di (all)
  20. A.M. Zlobin, P.S. Zyryanov “Hot electrons in semiconductors subjected to quantizing magnetic fields14 379–393 (1972)
    72.20.Ht, 63.20.Kr, 71.70.Di, 72.20.Dp (all)
  21. M.A. Krivoglaz “The Fluctuon States of Electrons in Disordered Systems14 544–545 (1972)
    71.23.An, 65.60.+a, 64.70.−p, 75.60.Ej, 72.20.−i (all)
  22. G.I. Distler “The Electrical Structure of Crystals14 546–547 (1972)
    72.20.−i, 61.72.Ji, 81.10.Aj, 68.35.Bs (all)
  23. I.A. Abroyan “The effect of ion bombardment on the physical properties of semiconductors14 242–262 (1971)
    61.80.Jh, 61.82.Fk, 72.80.−r, 72.20.−i, 78.55.−m, 61.72.Ji (all)
  24. A.E. Glauberman, I.V. Stasyuk “Third conference on the theory of semiconductors3 444–456 (1960)
    01.30.Cc, 78.20.−e, 72.20.−i (all)
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