PACS numbers

73.90.+f Other topics in electronic structure and electrical properties of surfaces, interfaces, thin films, and low-dimensional structures
  1. V.B. Timofeev, A.V. Larionov et alInterwell radiative recombination of a 2D electron gas in electrically biased double quantum wells41 109–112 (1998)
    73.20.Dx, 71.35.+z, 73.90.+f
  2. G. Finkelstein, H. Shtrikman, I. Bar-Joseph “Shakeup processes of a two-dimensional electron gas in GaAs/AlGaAs quantum wells at high magnetic fields41 112–114 (1998)
    73.20.Dx, 71.35.+z, 73.90.+f
  3. V.D. Kulakovskii, M. Bayer et alExcitonic molecules in InGaAs/GaAs quantum dots41 115–118 (1998)
    73.20.Dx, 71.35.+z, 73.90.+f
  4. L.V. Butov “Anomalous transport and luminescence of indirect excitons in coupled quantum wells41 118–122 (1998)
    73.20.Dx, 71.35.+z, 73.90.+f
  5. T. Ihn, A. Thornton et alA self-assembled InAs quantum dot used as a quantum microscope looking into a two-dimensional electron gas41 122–125 (1998)
    73.20.Dx, 71.35.+z, 73.90.+f
  6. D. Bimberg, I.P. Ipatova et alSpontaneous ordering of semiconductor nanostructures40 529–532 (1997)
    68.90.+g, 73.90.+f (all)
  7. N.A. Gippius, V.D. Kulakovskii, S.G. Tikhodeev “Effect of electric field redistribution on the electronic and optical properties of nanostructures40 534–538 (1997)
    73.90.+f, 78.66.−w (all)
  8. V.S. Vavilov “Diamond in solid state electronics40 15–20 (1997)
    07.50.Yd, 73.90.+f
  9. V.S. Dneprovskii “Nonlinear optical properties of semiconducting quantum wires and dots39 401–403 (1996)
    01.10.Fv, 73.20.Dx, 73.90.+f, 78.66.Fd (all)
  10. Zh.I. Alferov, D. Bimberg et alStrained-submonolayer and quantum-dot superstructures38 215–216 (1995)
    01.10.Fv, 73.90.+f (all)
  11. I.D. Morokhov, V.I. Petinov et alStructure and properties of fine metallic particles24 295–317 (1981)
    73.90.+f, 75.60.Jp, 71.55.Dp
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