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Tunneling through nanosystems: Combining broadening with many-particle states

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  • We Suggest An Approach For Transport Through Finite Systems Based On The Liouville Equation
  • By Working In A Basis Of Many-Particle States For The Finite System
  • Coulomb Interactions Are Taken Fully Into Account And Correlated Transitions By Up To Two Different
  • This Latter Extends Standard Rate Equation Models By Including Level-Broadening Effects
  • The Main Result Of The Paper Is A General Expression For The Elements Of The Density Matrix Of The F
  • Which Can Be Applied Whenever The Eigenstates And The Couplings To The Leads Are Known
  • The Approach Works For Arbitrary Bias And For Temperatures Above The Kondo Temperature
  • We Apply The Approach To Standard Models And Good Agreement With Other Methods In Their Respective R

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Tunneling through nanosystems: Combining broadening with many-particle states - DTU Orbit (18/04/14) Tunneling through nanosystems: Combining broadening with many-particle states - DTU Orbit (18/04/14) Pedersen, J. N., & Wacker, A. (2005). Tunneling through nanosystems: Combining broadening with many-particle states. Physical Review B (Condensed Matter and Materials Physics), 72, 195330. 10.1103/PhysRevB.72.195330

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