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VOLUME 37 (1983) | ISSUE 3 | PAGE 145
Tunneling-conductivity anomalies at low bias voltages in a magnetic field
The imposition of a magnetic field gives rise to structure at a value of eV equal in modulus to the Zeeman splitting for a conduction electron in addition to the anomalous behavior of the tunneling conductivity at a zero bias voltage V. The shape and height of these new structural features depend on the temperature, the spin scattering, and the details of the electron-electron interaction. The position of the structure is determined exclusively by the electron g-factor.