THE QUANTUM HALL-EFFECT - A SUM-RULE
- The influence of disorder on the Hall conductivity of a two-dimensional electron gas in a strong magnetic field is examined by studying the scattering of a single particle from an arbitrary potential in crossed electric and magnetic fields. The Hall current in a large system is shown to be unaffected by "islands" of disorder. © 1984.
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