B Z Spivak
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 28 Issue 5 May 1987 pp 593-593 Abstracts
Conductances of the equivalent samples differ randomly (Stone 1985). At zero temperature these fluctuations were found to be of the order of
Conductance fluctuations decrease with the growth of temperature if the sample size is larger than the diffusion length within the time
Random potential in tiny samples breaks all space symmetries. All effects which are forbidden in the average by these symmetries should manifest themselves by (i) conductance anisotropy, (ii) its dependence on the electric field direction and (iii) giant generation of the second harmonic in the granular sample under light radiation (Altshuler and Khmel’nitskii 1985).
Conductance changes aperiodically with variation of the chemical potential (Lee and Stone 1985). Because of this thermopower fluctuations are much larger than its average value (Altshuler and Khmel’nitskii 1985).
Conductance fluctuations are very sensitive to the random impurity potential variations (Altshuler and Spivak 1985). For instance, the change of the film conductance due to the shift of
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