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VOLUME 58 | ISSUE 4 | PAGE 316
Possible reason for the disruption of the dissipationless state under conditions of the quantum Hall effect
The disruption of the dissipationless regime is attributed to the narrowness of the energy band of itinerant electron states. An instability of a steady-state current occurs as a result.




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