Automorphic Forms on Semisimple Lie Groups by Bhartendu Harishchandra, J.G.M. Mars

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40 5 Probing the Energy Gap There is an important difference between tunnelling and point-contact spectroscopy1 , namely the existence of a direct metallic conductivity in the latter case. Nonlinearities of the current-voltage characteristics of a point contact are primarily caused by scattering of the electrons while the availability of free current-carrying states in which the electrons can tunnel, determine the current-voltage characteristic of tunnel junctions. Transport through a point contact is determined on one hand by the possible electron transfer processes through the contact, where the electronic surface states play an important role, and on the other hand by backscattering processes in a region at the contact on a scale of the order of contact size.

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