Effects of temperature on ground state binding energy of the strong coupling magnetopolaron in RbCl parabolic quantum dots

Xiao, Jing-Lin


The external fields which are introduced during the formation of nanostructures, can trap particles and manipulate their quantum states. The effects of temperature on the strong coupling magnetopolaron’s ground state binding energy (MGSBE), have been investigated by employing Lee-Low-Pines unitary transformation (LLPUT) and linear combination operation (LCO) methods. Numerical results, performed in the RbCl parabolic quantum dot (QD), show that the MGSBE increases with the increase of effective confinement strength (ECS), cyclotron frequency (CF) of the magnetic field and temperature.


Binding energy, Temperature effect, Magnetopolaron, Linear combination operator, LLP unitary transformation
RbCl quantum dot

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