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|Title: ||Inertial-Hall effect: the influence of rotation on the Hall conductivity|
|???metadata.dc.creator???: ||Brandão, Julio E.|
Cunha, M. M.
Lima, Jonas R. F.
|Keywords: ||Hall conductivity|
Two-dimensional electron gas
Gás de elétrons bidimensional
Níveis de Landau
|Issue Date: ||2015|
|Citation: ||BRANDÃO, J. E. et al. Inertial-Hall effect: the influence of rotation on the Hall conductivity. Results in Physics, [S. l.], v. 5, p. 55-59, 2015.|
|Abstract: ||Inertial effects play an important role in classical mechanics but have been largely overlooked in quantum mechanics. Nevertheless, the analogy between inertial forces on mass particles and electromagnetic forces on charged particles is not new. In this paper, we consider a rotating non-interacting planar two-dimensional electron gas with a perpendicular uniform magnetic field and investigate the effects of the rotation in the Hall conductivity. The rotation introduces a shift and a split in the Landau levels. As a consequence of the break of the degeneracy, the counting of the states fully occupied below the Fermi energy increases, tuning the Hall quantization steps. The rotation also changes the quantum Hall plateau widths. Additionally, we find the Hall quantization steps as a function of rotation at a fixed value of the magnetic field.|
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