Inelastic resonant tunneling through single molecules and quantum dots: Spectrum modification due to nonequilibrium effects

  • Ryndyk D
  • Keller J
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Resonant electron transport through a mesoscopic region (quantum dot or single molecule) with electron-phonon interaction is considered at finite voltage. In this case the standard Landauer-B\"uttiker approach cannot be applied. Using the nonequilibrium Green function method we show that due to a nonequilibrium distribution function of electrons in the mesoscopic region, the inelastic scattering rate and spectral function of the dot become functions of the voltage and have to be calculated self-consistently.

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  • D. A. Ryndyk

  • J. Keller

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