We present an analytically solvable model of P colinear, two-dimensional quantum dots, each containing two electrons. Interdot coupling via the electron-electron interaction gives rise to sets of entangled ground states. These ground states have crystal-like interplane correlations and arise discontinuously with increasing magnetic field. Their ranges and stabilities are found to depend on dot size ratios and to increase with P.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Condensed Matter Physics