Comparative Study of Polymer and Semiconductor for Fractional Quantum Hall Effect

Authors Jyoti Sahu, G.K. Upadhyay
Affiliations
School of Studies in Physics, Vikram University, Ujjain – 459009, India
Е-mail jyoti_372@yahoo.co.in
Issue Volume 3, Year 2011, Number 1, Part 5
Dates Received 04 February 2011, published online 08 December 2011
Citation Jyoti Sahu, G.K. Upadhyay, J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 3 No1, 1096 (2011)
DOI
PACS Number(s) 73.43._f, 73.61.Ph
Keywords Semiconductor (61) , Graphene (22) , Quantum Hall effect, Conductive polymer, Hall resistance.
Annotation
Over the last few years conductive polymers and semiconductor have become the most important material for the fabrication of electronic and optoelectronic devices. The discoveries of Quantum Hall Effect have resulted in the quest for the new electronic devices based on low dimensions semiconductor structures such as two one and even zero dimension system. In these structures, quantum mechanical effects will become essential, once a typical length scale of 100 nm or less is reached. We have analyzed and realized that certain conductive polymers can also exhibit the fractional quantum hall effect and compare to semiconductor they are more reliable cost effective and potential candidate for the future quantum hall effect based devices.

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