N0, the first excited state energy E1 and the average number of phonon N1 of the magneto-bipolarons with the confinement strength ω0, the dielectric constant ratio η, the electron-phonon coupling α, and the cyclotron frequency ωc are derived in two-dimensional quantum dot. Numerical results indicate that the ground state energy E0 and the first excited state energy E1 consist of four parts: the single-article energy Ee of two electrons, the Coulomb interaction energy EC between two electrons, the interaction energy Es between the electronic spin and the external magnetic field, and the interaction energy Ee-ph of the electron with the longitudinalo optical phonons. The energy E1 of the first excited state splits into two lines, i.e., E1(1+1) and E1(1-1) due to the interaction between the “orbital” motion of the single-particle and the magnetic field, and each level of the ground-state energy and the first excited state energies set produces three “fine structures” due to the interaction between the electronic spin and the magnetic field. N0 and N1 increase with ω0, α and ωc increasing; Ee-ph is always less than zero, and absolute value |Ee-ph| increases with ω0, α and ωc increasing. The electron-phonon interaction has an important influence on the formation of bound state of the magneto-bipolaron; but the confinement potential and coulomb repulsive energy between electrons are unfavorable for the formation of magneto-bipolaron in the bound state."/>     Properties of the internal excited state of the strong-coupling magneto-bipolaron in a parabolic quantum dot
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Acta Phys. Sin  2014, Vol. 63 Issue (2): 027501     doi:10.7498/aps.63.027501
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Properties of the internal excited state of the strong-coupling magneto-bipolaron in a parabolic quantum dot
Eerdunchaolu1, Bai Xu-Fang2, Han Chao1
1. Department of Physics, Hebei Normal University of Science and Technology, Qinhuangdao 066004, China;
2. College of Physics and Electronic Information, Inner Mongolia University for Nationalities, Tongliao 028043, China
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