Theory of the Pseudospin Resonance in Semiconductor Bilayers
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The pseudospin degree of freedom in a semiconductor bilayer gives rise to a collective mode analogous to the ferromagnetic-resonance mode of a ferromagnet. We present a many-body theory of the dependence of the energy and the damping of this mode on layer separation d. Based on these results, we discuss the possibilities of realizing transport-current driven pseudospin-transfer oscillators in semiconductors, and of using the pseudospin-transfer effect as an experimental probe of intersubband plasmons.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 206802 (2007) [4 pages]