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Comparative analysis of electric field influence on the quantum wells with different boundary conditions.: I. Energy spectrum, quantum information entropy and polarization.

Olendski O - Ann Phys (2015)

Bottom Line: Simple two-level approximation elementary explains the negative polarizations as a result of the field-induced destructive interference of the unperturbed modes and shows that in this case the admixture of only the neighboring states plays a dominant role.Different magnitudes of the polarization for different BCs in this regime are explained physically and confirmed numerically.Applications to different branches of physics, such as ocean fluid dynamics and atmospheric and metallic waveguide electrodynamics, are discussed.

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Affiliation: King Abdullah Institute for Nanotechnology, King Saud University P.O. Box 2455, Riyadh, 11451, Saudi Arabia.

ABSTRACT

Analytical solutions of the Schrödinger equation for the one-dimensional quantum well with all possible permutations of the Dirichlet and Neumann boundary conditions (BCs) in perpendicular to the interfaces uniform electric field [Formula: see text] are used for the comparative investigation of their interaction and its influence on the properties of the system. Limiting cases of the weak and strong voltages allow an easy mathematical treatment and its clear physical explanation; in particular, for the small [Formula: see text], the perturbation theory derives for all geometries a linear dependence of the polarization on the field with the BC-dependent proportionality coefficient being positive (negative) for the ground (excited) states. Simple two-level approximation elementary explains the negative polarizations as a result of the field-induced destructive interference of the unperturbed modes and shows that in this case the admixture of only the neighboring states plays a dominant role. Different magnitudes of the polarization for different BCs in this regime are explained physically and confirmed numerically. Hellmann-Feynman theorem reveals a fundamental relation between the polarization and the speed of the energy change with the field. It is proved that zero-voltage position entropies [Formula: see text] are BC independent and for all states but the ground Neumann level (which has [Formula: see text]) are equal to [Formula: see text] while the momentum entropies [Formula: see text] depend on the edge requirements and the level. Varying electric field changes position and momentum entropies in the opposite directions such that the entropic uncertainty relation is satisfied. Other physical quantities such as the BC-dependent zero-energy and zero-polarization fields are also studied both numerically and analytically. Applications to different branches of physics, such as ocean fluid dynamics and atmospheric and metallic waveguide electrodynamics, are discussed.

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Potential profile  of the QW located between  in the uniform electric field  directed in the negative x direction. Origin of the potential axis coincides with the middle of the potential drop across the well. At each wall either Dirichlet or Neumann BC is satisfied.
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fig01: Potential profile of the QW located between in the uniform electric field directed in the negative x direction. Origin of the potential axis coincides with the middle of the potential drop across the well. At each wall either Dirichlet or Neumann BC is satisfied.

Mentions: A charged particle in the 1D infinitely deep QW of the width L is subject to a uniform electric field that is applied perpendicularly to its interfaces, Fig.1. On each of the walls either Dirichlet (D) or Neumann (N) BC is imposed. Accordingly, below we will denote the structure by the two characters where the first (second) one refers to the BC at the left (right) wall. Of course, ND configuration can be considered as the DN geometry with the electric field pointing in the opposite direction. However, to keep the results consistent with the uniform BCs that are symmetric with respect to the sign change of the field, we discuss positive values of only and consider ND and DN cases separately. The Hamiltonian in the Schrödinger equation


Comparative analysis of electric field influence on the quantum wells with different boundary conditions.: I. Energy spectrum, quantum information entropy and polarization.

Olendski O - Ann Phys (2015)

Potential profile  of the QW located between  in the uniform electric field  directed in the negative x direction. Origin of the potential axis coincides with the middle of the potential drop across the well. At each wall either Dirichlet or Neumann BC is satisfied.
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fig01: Potential profile of the QW located between in the uniform electric field directed in the negative x direction. Origin of the potential axis coincides with the middle of the potential drop across the well. At each wall either Dirichlet or Neumann BC is satisfied.
Mentions: A charged particle in the 1D infinitely deep QW of the width L is subject to a uniform electric field that is applied perpendicularly to its interfaces, Fig.1. On each of the walls either Dirichlet (D) or Neumann (N) BC is imposed. Accordingly, below we will denote the structure by the two characters where the first (second) one refers to the BC at the left (right) wall. Of course, ND configuration can be considered as the DN geometry with the electric field pointing in the opposite direction. However, to keep the results consistent with the uniform BCs that are symmetric with respect to the sign change of the field, we discuss positive values of only and consider ND and DN cases separately. The Hamiltonian in the Schrödinger equation

Bottom Line: Simple two-level approximation elementary explains the negative polarizations as a result of the field-induced destructive interference of the unperturbed modes and shows that in this case the admixture of only the neighboring states plays a dominant role.Different magnitudes of the polarization for different BCs in this regime are explained physically and confirmed numerically.Applications to different branches of physics, such as ocean fluid dynamics and atmospheric and metallic waveguide electrodynamics, are discussed.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: King Abdullah Institute for Nanotechnology, King Saud University P.O. Box 2455, Riyadh, 11451, Saudi Arabia.

ABSTRACT

Analytical solutions of the Schrödinger equation for the one-dimensional quantum well with all possible permutations of the Dirichlet and Neumann boundary conditions (BCs) in perpendicular to the interfaces uniform electric field [Formula: see text] are used for the comparative investigation of their interaction and its influence on the properties of the system. Limiting cases of the weak and strong voltages allow an easy mathematical treatment and its clear physical explanation; in particular, for the small [Formula: see text], the perturbation theory derives for all geometries a linear dependence of the polarization on the field with the BC-dependent proportionality coefficient being positive (negative) for the ground (excited) states. Simple two-level approximation elementary explains the negative polarizations as a result of the field-induced destructive interference of the unperturbed modes and shows that in this case the admixture of only the neighboring states plays a dominant role. Different magnitudes of the polarization for different BCs in this regime are explained physically and confirmed numerically. Hellmann-Feynman theorem reveals a fundamental relation between the polarization and the speed of the energy change with the field. It is proved that zero-voltage position entropies [Formula: see text] are BC independent and for all states but the ground Neumann level (which has [Formula: see text]) are equal to [Formula: see text] while the momentum entropies [Formula: see text] depend on the edge requirements and the level. Varying electric field changes position and momentum entropies in the opposite directions such that the entropic uncertainty relation is satisfied. Other physical quantities such as the BC-dependent zero-energy and zero-polarization fields are also studied both numerically and analytically. Applications to different branches of physics, such as ocean fluid dynamics and atmospheric and metallic waveguide electrodynamics, are discussed.

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