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ABSTRACT: We study the effects of GaN interlayer on the transport properties of twodimensional electron gases confined in latticematched AlInN/AlN/GaN heterostructures. It is found that the Hall mobility is evidently enhanced when an additional ultrathin GaN interlayer is introduced between AlInN and AlN layers. The enhancement of the Hall mobility is especially remarkable at low temperature. The high Hall mobility results in a low sheet resistance of 23 Ω / ◻ at 2 K. Meanwhile, Shubnikovde Haas oscillations (SdH) are also remarkably enhanced due to the existence of GaN interlayer. The enhancement of the SdH oscillations is related to the larger quantum mobility μ q owing to the suppression of the interface roughness, alloy disorder, and ionized impurity scatterings by the GaN interlayer.Journal of Applied Physics 04/2015; 117(15):155701. DOI:10.1063/1.4918536 · 2.19 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The magneotransport properties of a high carrier concentration and high mobility 20nm thick In0.53Ga0.47As/In0.52Al0.48As quantum well (QW) are investigated by tilt angle dependent Shubnikovde Haas oscillations and by weak antilocalization (WAL) in an inplane magnetic field. The effective gfactor g* and zero field spin splitting Δ0 are extracted from tilt angle dependent beating pattern. We found that g* shows a dramatic reduction with increasing carrier density due to the increased effective band gap. Furthermore, an anomalously rapid suppression of the WAL effect with increasing inplane magnetic field B is observed. This reveals that the total dephasing rate is not solely contributed by Zeeman splitting. The microroughness scattering in the QW is proposed to be another factor to cause the dephasing and thus responsible for this effect.Journal of Applied Physics 01/2013; 113:033704. DOI:10.1063/1.4776236 · 2.19 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The effects of different scattering on twodimensional electron gases (2DEGs) in lattice matched In0.53Ga0.47As/In0.52Al0.48As quantum wells with silicon δdoped in one barrier layer have been investigated by means of magnetotransport measurements. For the studied samples, the 2DEGs have occupied two subbands. It is found that the dominant scattering mechanism is ionized impurities scattering for the two subbands’ electrons. Besides the dominant scattering mechanism of ionized impurities scattering, Coulomb scattering also plays a role in scattering mechanism for both subbands. Both the transport scattering time and the quantum scattering time of the second subband are larger than those of the first subband. It is because that the electrons of the first subband are, on average, closer to the ionized impurities in the doped layer, they will be scattered more strongly than those in the second subband. Due to the electron wave functions for the second subband spread more widely in the quantum wells, the alloy disorder scattering is more important for the carriers in the second subband than that in the first subband.Journal of Applied Physics 07/2012; 112(2). DOI:10.1063/1.4737777 · 2.19 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The effective masses for spinup and spindown electrons of a partially spinpolarized Fermi liquid are theoretically expected to be different. We extract the spinup and spindown effective masses from magnetotransport measurements at different temperatures for a twodimensional electron gas in an In0.65Ga0.35As/In0.52Al0.48As quantum well exhibiting zerofield spin splitting. We apply two analytical methods, one involving the simultaneous fitting of fast Fourier transform (FFT) spectra and the other involving inverse FFT analysis. Both methods confirm that the effective masses for spinup and spindown are different, consistent with theoretical expectations.Journal of Applied Physics 09/2011; 110(6). DOI:10.1063/1.3633509 · 2.19 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We have investigated spinrelated oscillatory magnetoresistances of the twodimensional electron gas in the inversion layer on bulk pHg1−xCdxTe at low temperatures. The oscillatory magnetoresistances are found to display beating pattern at low magnetic fields and to exhibit spinsplitting structure at high magnetic fields. We attribute the beating pattern to zerofield spin splitting due to spinorbit coupling by analyzing fastFouriertransform results and Hall resistance. By modulating the oscillatory magnetoresistances we investigate the influence of spinorbit coupling, Zeeman splitting, and the second populated subband on the appearance of beating patterns and the spinsplitting structure in oscillatory magnetoresistances. The strong spinorbit coupling and the large effective g factor are demonstrated to be the significant parameters in controlling the appearance of spinrelated oscillatory magnetoresistance in the inversion layer on bulk pHg1−xCdxTe. A good agreement between magnetoresistance data and theory suggests a spinorbit coupling parameter α = 2.8 × 10−11 eV•m and the effective g factor g* = −44.0. The spinorbit coupling effect presented in the inversion layer on bulk pHg1−xCdxTe provides a potential candidate for spintronic devices.Journal of Applied Physics 06/2011; 109(11):1137171137176. DOI:10.1063/1.3590730 · 2.19 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The results of an experimental study of quantum correction of electron–electron interaction (EEI) to the conductivity of twodimensional electron gas (2DEG) in an undoped heterostructure are reported. A small but significant decrease of the Hall slope with the increase of temperature was discovered. This is not due to the increase of electron concentration as temperature increases but to the EEI effect. Both diffusion and ballistic contributions of EEI to the conductivity of 2DEG were observed. As the temperature increases, the negative diffusion EEI correction to the conductivity increases in an absolute value while the ballistic EEI correction reduces to a renormalization of the transport mobility.Highlights► The electron–electron interactions are studied by magnetotransport measurements. ► The Hall slope decreases with the increase of temperature. ► The ballistic EEI correction reduces to a renormalization of the mobility. ► The diffusion EEI correction increases in absolute value with the temperature.Solid State Communications 06/2011; 151(12):879882. DOI:10.1016/j.ssc.2011.04.003 · 1.70 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The surface transport properties of naturally oxidized ptype Hg0.776Cd0.224Te thin film were investigated in the magneticfield region 0–14 T and in the temperature region 8–300 K. The Hall electron concentration increases with temperature, while the surface concentration of the twodimensional electrons in the naturally oxidized surface, calculated by Shubnikov–de Haas oscillations, decreases as temperature increases at temperatures below 20 K. The contradiction and the extraordinary quantum Hall filling factors are accounted for by assuming extra bulklike electrons in the surface region, which dominate the surface transport properties at temperatures over 8 K.Applied Physics A 03/2011; 106(3). DOI:10.1007/s003390116672x · 1.69 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We study the insulatorquantum Hall conductor transition in two highdensity gated InGaAs/InAlAs quantum well samples. We observe a welldefined critical magnetic field and verify this marks a genuine phase transition by investigating the scaling behavior of the longitudinal resistivity with field and temperature at fixed electron density. Consistent with prevailing experimental results the critical field decreases with increasing electron density in one sample (QW0710). In the other sample (QW0715), with higher delta doping density, however, we unexpectedly find that the critical field increases with increasing electron density. This unexpected behavior may be the result of the system entering the classical percolation regime.Journal of Applied Physics 09/2010; 108(6):0637010637016. DOI:10.1063/1.3486081 · 2.19 Impact Factor  Solid State Communications 05/2010; 150(s 17–18):901. DOI:10.1016/j.ssc.2010.02.003 · 1.70 Impact Factor
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ABSTRACT: The beating patterns in the Shubnikovde Haas oscillatory magnetoresistance originating from zerofield spin splitting of twodimensional electron gases (2DEGs) in In0.52Al0.48As/InxGa1xAs/In0.52Al0.48As quantum wells with silicon δ doped on the upper barrier layer have been investigated by means of magnetotransport measurements before and after illumination. Contrary to the expectation, after each illumination, the beating nodes induced by the zerofield spinsplitting effect shift to lower and lower magnetic field due to the decrease in the zerofield spinsplitting energy of the 2DEGs. The anomalous phenomenon of the shift of the beating nodes and the decrease in spinorbit coupling constants after illumination cannot be explained by utilizing the previous linear Rashba model. It is suggested that the decrease in the zerofield spinsplitting energy and the spinorbit coupling constant arise from the nonlinear Rashba spin splitting.Physical review. B, Condensed matter 04/2010; 81(19):195312. DOI:10.1103/PhysRevB.81.195312 · 3.66 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We report on the strong spinorbit (SO) interaction in a gated highmobility In <sub>0.53</sub> Ga <sub>0.47</sub> As / InP quantum well twodimensional electron gas. We establish that the SO interaction is dominated by the Rashba mechanism. The Rashba coupling parameters determined from analysis of both weak antilocalization and the beating pattern in the Shubnikov–de Haas oscillations are in reasonable agreement, and the small difference between them was explained by a magneticfielddependent effective g factor. The zerofield spin splitting shows nonmonotonic behavior with a maximum as the electron density is varied with the applied gate voltage. This is related to strong Rashba SO coupling in our sample.Journal of Applied Physics 04/2010; 107(5107):053708  0537085. DOI:10.1063/1.3309786 · 2.19 Impact Factor 
Article: Gatecontrolled electron–electron interactions in an In0.53Ga0.47As/InP quantum well structure
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ABSTRACT: We study the parabolic negative magnetoresistivity in a gated In0.53Ga0.47As/InP quantum well structure where the scattering potential is predominantly long range. This magnetoresistivity is caused by the electron–electron interactions and is fitted to estimate the interaction corrections to the Drude conductivity. These corrections are smaller than the prediction of a recent theory [I.V. Gornyi, A.D. Mirlin, Phys. Rev. Lett. 90 (2003) 076801], and can be quantitatively described by Altshuler’s theory.Solid State Communications 02/2010; 150(s 5–6):251–253. DOI:10.1016/j.ssc.2009.11.016 · 1.70 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We study the magnetotransport properties of a gated In <sub>0.53</sub> Ga <sub>0.47</sub> As / In P quantum well structure in the presence of spin splitting when only one electronic subband is occupied. We develop an analytical method to extract the quantum mobilities for the two spin subbands. Ionized impurity scattering and alloy disorder scattering are determined to be important in this system. Larger quantum mobility is found for the higherenergy spin subband. We also demonstrate that the difference between the quantum mobilities for the two spin subbands can be altered with the gate.Journal of Applied Physics 11/2009; 106(7106):073722  0737225. DOI:10.1063/1.3244613 · 2.19 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: (La0.5Sr0.5)CoO3 (LSCO) thin films have been fabricated on silicon substrate by the pulsed laser deposition method. The effects of substrate temperature and postannealing condition on the structural and electrical properties are investigated. The samples grown above 650°C are fully crystalline with perovskite structure. The film deposited at 700°C has columnar growth with electrical resistivity of about 1.99×10−3Ω cm. The amorphous films grown at 500°C were postannealed at different conditions. The sample postannealed at 700°C and 10−4Pa has similar microstructure with the sample in situ grown at 700°C and 25Pa. However, the electrical resistivity of the postannealed sample is one magnitude higher than that of the in situ grown sample because of the effect of oxygen vacancy. The temperature dependence of resistivity exhibits semiconductorlike character. It was found that postannealing by rapid thermal process will result in film cracks due to the thermal stress. The results are referential for the applications of LSCO in microelectronic devices.Applied Physics A 06/2009; 95(3):721725. DOI:10.1007/s003390084989x · 1.69 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We study the magnetoresistance of a highdensity twodimensional electron gas confined in an InAlAs/InGaAs quantum well and observe a parabolic negative magnetoresistivity at moderate field. This negative magnetoresistivity is induced by electronelectron interactions. The interaction correction to the Drude conductance is extracted from the negative magnetoresistivity. However, due to inhomogeneity in the electron density, there is a contribution of positive magnetoresistivity, which induces the larger extracted correction than anticipated.Applied Physics Letters 04/2009; 94(15). DOI:10.1063/1.3119664 · 3.52 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We report on the magnetotransport properties of 100 nm wide parabolic quantum wells and observe an enhancement of the Hall resistance in one sample but not the other. This phenomenon is likely related to the effective thickness of the electronic slab. We also observe a parabolic negative magnetoresistance originating from electronelectron interactions when only one subband is occupied in one of the samples. The interaction correction to the Drude conductivity is extracted using two methods. We find that the extracted interaction correction increases with increasing tilted angle, for which two possible explanations are given.Journal of Applied Physics 02/2009; 105(1105):013712  0137125. DOI:10.1063/1.3063690 · 2.19 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The quantum corrections to magnetoconductivity were studied in a highmobility InGaAs/InAlAs sample with strong spinorbit coupling. The weak antilocalizationinduced drop in conductivity increases with decreasing conductivity. The experiment is well explained by theory. A spinsplitting energy larger than 5 meV obtained by fitting indicates strong spinorbit coupling. The extracted dephasing rate as a function of temperature can be qualitatively described by modified Fermiliquid theory with smallenergytransfer processes. Nonetheless, the extracted dephasing rate linearly increases with increasing conductivity, which is in conflict with the Fermiliquid model.Physical review. B, Condensed matter 02/2009; 79(8):85310. DOI:10.1103/PhysRevB.79.085310 · 3.66 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The weak antilocalization effects of the twodimensional electron gas in a high mobility AlxGa1xN/GaN heterostructure have been investigated by means of magnetotransport measurements before and after illumination. The zerofield spin splitting mainly arising from the Rashba spinorbit coupling effect as a function of electron concentration as well as a function of temperature is studied using the weak antilocalization analysis. The Rashba spinorbit coupling constant alpha deduced using the weak antilocalization analysis shows a rapid decrease with the increase of the measured electron concentration.Applied Physics Letters 12/2008; 93(26). DOI:10.1063/1.3049615 · 3.52 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The weak antilocalization (WAL) effects of the twodimensional electron gas (2DEG) in high mobility Al <sub>x</sub> Ga <sub>1x</sub> N / GaN heterostructure as well as beating patterns in the Shubnikov–de Haas (SdH) oscillatory magnetoresistance have been investigated by means of magnetotransport measurements before and after illumination. The zerofield spin splitting mainly arising from the Rashba spinorbit coupling effect is studied using the weak antilocalization and beating patterns analysis, respectively. The Rashba spinorbit coupling constant α deduced using the weak antilocalization analysis showed a good agreement with that estimated from the analysis of the beating patterns for the sample before and after illumination. For our sample, the electron motion in the high mobility system is in the ballistic regime, the experimental WAL curves were fitted by a simulated quantum conductance correction according to a model proposed by [Golub [Phys. Rev. B 71, 235310 (2005)].Journal of Applied Physics 10/2008; 104(5104):053703  0537035. DOI:10.1063/1.2974091 · 2.19 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Spin splitting of the twodimensional electron gas (2DEG) in AlxGa1xN/GaN heterostructures has been investigated by means of magnetotransport measurements under the illumination at low temperatures. The beating patterns in the oscillatory magnetoresistance originating from zerofield spin splitting of the 2DEG are observed in this study. It is found that the spin splitting energy decreases after the illumination. It is also found that the illumination decreases the electric field at AlxGa1xN/GaN heterointerfaces. Based on the experiments, it is suggested that the zerofield spin splitting of the 2DEG in AlxGa1xN/GaN heterostructures mainly arises from the Rashba effect. (© 2008 WILEYVCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim)physica status solidi (c) 05/2008; 5(6):2339  2341. DOI:10.1002/pssc.200778465
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2010–2015

Guangxi University
Yungning, Guangxi Zhuangzu Zizhiqu, China


2008–2012

East China Normal University
 Department of Electronic Engineering
Shanghai, Shanghai Shi, China


2006–2010

Chinese Academy of Sciences
 National Laboratory for Infrared Physics
Peping, Beijing, China
