Three-electron quantum dot in a magnetic field
Theoretical investigation of three electron quantum dots is carried out with the use of the Hyperspherical Function Method in mommentum representation
Three electrons confined by a parabolic well in a two-dimensional quantum dot and interacting via a logarithmic potential in a magnetic field are treated in the framework of the hyperspherical functions (HF) method by expanding the wave function in terms of the three-body symmetrized HF and the hyperradial functions of noninteracting trapped electrons. The binding energies and pair correlation function are calculated.
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