# Multiple Quantum Wires

**Junction of Three Quantum Wires: Restoring Time-Reversal Symmetry by Interaction**

X. Barnabé-Thériault, A. Sedeki, V. Meden, and K. Schönhammer

Phys. Rev. Lett. **94**, 136405 (2005)
**Persistent current magnification in a double quantum-ring system**

P. A. Orellana and M. Pacheco

Phys. Rev. B **71**, 235330 (2005)
**Modulation-doped quantum-well wires: Ground-state properties**

F. A. Reboredo and C. R. Proetto

Phys. Rev. B **48**, 15158 (1993)
**Tunneling studies of energy levels and selection rules in low-dimensional structures**

W. Demmerle, J. Smoliner, E. Gornik, G. Böhm, and G. Weimann

Phys. Rev. B **47**, 13574 (1993)
**Density of states, electron-transport mechanisms, and chemical potentials in the presence of inelastic processes**

A. N. Khondker and Muhammad A. Alam

Phys. Rev. B **45**, 8516 (1992)
**Tunneling processes between Landau levels and quantum-wire states**

J. Smoliner, W. Demmerle, F. Hirler, E. Gornik, G. Weimann, M. Hauser and W. Schlapp

Phys. Rev. B **43**, 7358 (1991)
**One-dimensional subband effects in the conductance of multiple quantum wires in Si metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors**

J. R. Gao, C. de Graaf, J. Caro, S. Radelaar, M. Offenberg, V. Lauer, J. Singleton, T. J. B. M. Janssen, and J. A. A. J. Perenboom

Phys. Rev. B **41**, 12315 (1990)