# THE QUANTUM HALL EFFECT - Studylib

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The fractional quantum Hall effect (FQHE) on the other hand has been recognized very early as being due to the occurrence of new, strongly correlated, electronic ground states (see Creating seamless heterostructures that exhibit the quantum Hall effect and superconductivity is highly desirable for future electronics based on topological quantum computing. However, the two topologically robust electronic phases are typically incompatible owing to conflicting magnetic field requirements. Combined advances in the epitaxial growth of a nitride superconductor with a high Heeltallig kwantum-hall-effect Hall-weerstand ρ xy in kΩ bij lage temperaturen uitgezet tegen de magnetische inductie B in tesla . Het kwantum-hall-effect werd voor het eerst in 1980 gemeten door de Duitse fysicus Klaus von Klitzing toen hij promovendus was op het Grenoble High Magnetic Field Laboratory. Der Quanten-Hall-Effekt (kurz: QHE) äußert sich dadurch, dass bei tiefen Temperaturen und starken Magnetfeldern die senkrecht zu einem Strom auftretende Spannung nicht wie beim klassischen Hall-Effekt linear mit dem Magnetfeld anwächst, sondern in Stufen. The Quantum Hall Effect - Landau Levels FIG. 1: Harmonic oscillator wave functions and energies.

Het kwantum-hall-effect werd voor het eerst in 1980 gemeten door de Duitse fysicus Klaus von Klitzing toen hij promovendus was op het Grenoble High Magnetic Field Laboratory. Der Quanten-Hall-Effekt (kurz: QHE) äußert sich dadurch, dass bei tiefen Temperaturen und starken Magnetfeldern die senkrecht zu einem Strom auftretende Spannung nicht wie beim klassischen Hall-Effekt linear mit dem Magnetfeld anwächst, sondern in Stufen. The Quantum Hall Effect - Landau Levels FIG. 1: Harmonic oscillator wave functions and energies. The quantization of electron orbits in a magnetic ﬁeld results in equally-spaced energy levels — Landau levels. The spacing of these levels is proportional to the classical cyclotron frequency != eB m. Quantum Mechanics of Electrons in a The quantum anomalous Hall effect is defined as a quantized Hall effect realized in a system without an external magnetic field. The quantum anomalous Hall effect is a novel manifestation of topological structure in many-electron systems and may have potential applications in future electronic devices.

The quantum Hall effect was discovered on about the hundredth anniversary of Hall's original work, and the finding was announced in 1980 by von Klitzing, Dorda and Pepper.

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Daniel Osadchyis a former student of Avron’s at the Technion. The fractional quantum Hall effect (FQHE) is a physical phenomenon in which the Hall conductance of 2D electrons shows precisely quantised plateaus at fractional values of /. It is a property of a collective state in which electrons bind magnetic flux lines to make new quasiparticles , and excitations have a fractional elementary charge and possibly also fractional statistics.

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Quantum Hall physics under applied potentials and Hawking-Unruh effect are the two such phenomena under consideration in this paper. In this section, we shall summarise the exact points at which we have seen equivalence between these two phenomena and how this line of reasoning has led to exploration of new kind of experimental probes and novel
The quantum Hall effect (or integer quantum Hall effect) is a quantized version of the Hall effect and which is observed in two-dimensional electron systems subjected to low temperatures and strong magnetic fields, in which the Hall resistance R xy exhibits steps that take on the quantized values at certain level
The Quantum Hall effect is a phenomena exhibited by 2D materials, and can also be found in graphene.

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Klitzing, K. v., The quantum Hall effect is an example of a phenomenon having topological features that can be observed in certain materials under harsh and stringent laboratory conditions (large magnetic field, near absolute zero temperature). To study this phenomenon, scientists apply a large magnetic field to a 2D (sheet) semiconductor. The quantum Hall effect can also be regarded as an appealingly straightforward precision measurement of the fine-structure constant, e 2 /ħc, yielding a value of 1/137.0360 0300(270). The alternative of measuring the electron’s anomalous magnetic moment does give the fine-structure constant with somewhat greater precision. The integer quantum Hall effect is derived for a finite rectangular sample and rather general boundary conditions using a Kubo formula approach.

The quantum anomalous Hall effect is a novel manifestation of topological structure in many-electron systems and may have
A relativistic version of the quantum spin Hall effect was introduced in the 1990s for the numerical simulation of chiral gauge theories; the simplest example consisting of a parity and time reversal symmetric U(1) gauge theory with bulk fermions of opposite sign mass, a massless Dirac surface mode, and bulk currents that carry chirality but not charge (the spin Hall current analogue). David Tong: Lectures on the Quantum Hall Effect. This is a course on the quantum Hall effect, given in TIFR, Mumbai. The first four chapters require only basic quantum mechanics; the final two chapters need techniques from quantum field theory.

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The fundamental quantum of Hall resistance is h/e2 =25,813Ω.

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The first four chapters require only basic quantum mechanics; the final two chapters need techniques from quantum field theory. The full lecture notes are around 230 pages. They are also available to download at the arXiv.

In recent years, the quantum anomalous Hall effect was proposed theoretically and realized experimentally. systems, at very low temperature and large fields, the Hall resistance show a step-like (rather than linear) dependence on B. These steps are completely independent of the type of sample and quantitized to values h/e2m, where m is an integer. This is the famous Quantum Hall Effect4. The fundamental quantum of Hall resistance is h/e2 =25,813Ω.