We present an overview of the measured transport properties of the two dimensional electron fluids in high mobility semiconductor devices with low electron densities, and of some of the theories that have been proposed to account for them. Many features of the observations are not easily reconciled with a description based on the well understood physics of weakly interacting quasiparticles in a disordered medium. Rather, they reflect new physics associated with strong correlation effects, which warrant further study.
two dimensional electron fluids, high mobility semiconductor devices, low electron densities, condensed matter, disordered systems, neural networks
Electrons, Electron distribution, Semiconductors, Condensed matter
Kravchenko, S. V.; Kivelson, S. A.; Gao, X. P. A.; and Gao, X. P. A., "Transport in strongly correlated two dimensional electron fluids" (2010). Physics Faculty Publications. Paper 57. http://hdl.handle.net/2047/d20000410
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