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Ganguly, J. and Ghosh, M. (2015) Exploring Static and Frequency-Dependent Third Nonlinear Polarizability of Doped Quantum Dots Driven by Gaussian White Noise. Physica Status Solidi B, 252, 289-297.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pssb.201451374

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Polarizabilities of Impurity Doped Quantum Dots under Pulsed Field: Role of Additive White Noise

    AUTHORS: Surajit Saha, Manas Ghosh

    KEYWORDS: Quantum Dot, Impurity, Polarizability, Pulsed Field, Dopant Location, Additive White Noise

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Microphysics, Vol.5 No.1, March 26, 2015

    ABSTRACT: We make a rigorous exploration of the profiles of a few diagonal and off-diagonal components of linear (αxx, αyy, αxy andαyx), first nonlinear (βxxx, βyyy, βxyy andβyxx), and second nonlinear (γxxxx, γyyyy, γxxyyandγyyxx) polarizabilities of quantum dots under the influence of external pulsed field. Simultaneous presence of additive white noise has also been considered. The quantum dot contains dopant described by a Gaussian potential. The numbers of pulse and the dopant location have been found to fabricate the said profiles jointly. The β components display greater complexity in their profiles in comparison with the α and γ counterparts. The presence of noise prominently enhances the influence of dopant coordinate on the polarizability profiles, particularly for α and γ components. However, for β components, the said influence becomes quite evident both in the presence and absence of additive noise. The study reveals some means of achieving stable, enhanced, and often maximized output of noise-driven linear and nonlinear polarizabilities.