A “Hybrid Plane” with spin-orbit interaction
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In this paper, we attempt to reconstruct one of the last and incomplete projects of Volodya Geyler. We study the motion of a quantum particle in the plane to which a halfline lead is attached, assuming that the particle has spin ½ and the plane component of the Hamiltonian contains a spin-orbit interaction, of Rashba or Dresselhaus type. We construct a class of admissible Hamiltonians and derive an explicit expression for the Green function, which is applied to scattering in a system of this kind.
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