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A possible unified picture for both scaling and non-scaling plateau-to-plateau transitions in quantum Hall systems

Authors Xiong, Gang
Wang, Shi-Dong
Niu, Qian
Wang, Yupeng
Wang, X. R.
Issue Date 2008
Source EPL , v. 82, (4), 2008, MAY, article number 47008
Summary The effect of the inter-Landau-band overlap on electron localization in integer quantum Hall systems is studied. A narrow band of extended electronic states is formed near each Landau band center due to interband mixing. However, these bands are greatly modified by the degree of interband overlap. The width of an extended-state band goes to zero when the interband overlap is below a critical value. This leads to a possible unified explanation to both scaling and non-scaling experimental results on plateau-to-plateau transitions. Copyright (C) EPLA, 2008.
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