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David Schmeltzer

David Schmeltzer

Physics


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Physics Interests
Condensed Matter Theory
 
Publications:
 
  1. A Quantum Wire with unklapp and Coulomb Interaction – The 0.7 Conductance Anomaly,

    M.Mallard, D.Schmeltzer and A.Kuklov ,Physica B (2008)

  2. The Marginal Fermi-Liquid -An Exact Derrivation Based on Dirac's First Class Constraints,

    D.Schmeltzer, Physica B (2008)

  3. Quantum Mechanics for genus g=2-Persistent Current In Coupled Rings.

    J.Phys:Condens.Matter 20(2008) 335205

  4. Rectified voltage induced by a microwave field in a confined two-dimensional electron gas with a mesoscopic static vortex ;D.Schmeltzer and Hsuan-Yeh Chang,

    PMC PHYSICS B. (2008)

  5. Topological Spin current induced by noncommuting coordinates:An application to the Spin-Hall effect
    D. Schmeltzer, Physical Review B 73, 165301 (2006)

  6. Persistent Spin Currents without Spin-Orbit Coupling in a Spin-1/2 Ring
    D. Schmeltzer, A. Saxena, A. R. Bishop, and D. L. Smith
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 066807 (2005)

  7. Electron transmission through a short interacting wire: 0.7 conductance anomaly
    D. Schmeltzer, A. Saxena, A. R. Bishop, and D. L. Smith
    Phys. Rev. B 71, 045429 (2005)

  8. Transport in a Spin-Polarized Luttinger Liquid in the Presence of a sSingle Impurity.
    H. Y. Chang, D. Schmeltzer. Physics Letters A. 345 (2005) 45-44.

  9. Z2 gauge Theory of Electron Fractionalization in the t, t'-J model with uniaxial anisotropy.
    D.Schmeltzer and A. R. Bishop. J. Phys. Condens. Matter 16 (2004) 7753-7762.

  10. Spin diode in the ballistic regime
    D. Schmeltzer, A. Saxena, A. R. Bishop, and D. L. Smith
    Phys. Phys. Rev. B 68, 195317 (2003)

  11. Spin-Polarized Conductance Induced by Tunneling through a Magnetic Impurity
    D. Schmeltzer, A. R. Bishop, A. Saxena, and D. L. Smith
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, 116802 (2003)

  12. Damping of Nodal Fermions Caused by a Dissipative Mode.
    D. Schmeltzer,
    Physics Letters A,12174(2003)

  13. Tunneling of polarized electrons in magnetic wires
    D. Schmeltzer,
    Phys. Rev. B 65, 193303 (2002)

  14. Bosonization of the “D” Wave Superconductors.
    D. Schmeltzer,
    Physics Letters A,11159(200

  15. Transport in a Luttinger liquid in the presence of a time-dependent impurity.
    D. Schmeltzer
    Phys. Rev. B 63, 125332 (2001)

  16. Electromagnetic Properties of D” Wave Superconductors.
    D. Schmeltzer
    Journal of Condensed Matter 13,1699(2001)

  17. Quantum criticality at the metal-insulator transition
    D. Schmeltzer
    Phys. Rev. B 63, 075105 (2001)

  18. Tunneling between Two Luttinger Liquids Induced by a Driving Field
    D. Schmeltzer
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 85, 4132-4135 (2000)

  19. Analytic approach to the one-dimensional spin-Peierls system in the entire frequency range
    P. Sun, D. Schmeltzer, and A.R. Bishop
    Phys. Rev. B 62, 11308-11311 (2000)

  20. One-dimensional spin-1/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnet in a weak external magnetic field
    P. Sun and D. Schmeltzer
    Phys. Rev. B 61, 349-353 (2000)

 

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