Quantum mechanical effects in the Coulomb interaction of electrons which are localized in opposite double electron layers
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Abstract:
The Coulomb interaction between electrons of opposite double layers in nanostructures with taking into account discrete electron states is theoretically studied. It is shown that at a certain ratio between the width of double layers and distances between them, the Coulomb interaction is sensitive to the energy states of interacting electrons.
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Math. Model. Comput. Vol.3, No.2, pp.173-176 (2016)