First introduced by M. Pollak, the Coulomb gap is a soft gap in the Single-Particle Density of States (DOS) of a system of interacting localized electrons.Due to the long-range Coulomb interactions, the single-particle DOS vanishes at the chemical potential, at low enough temperatures, such that thermal excitations do not wash out the gap.

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  • First introduced by M. Pollak, the Coulomb gap is a soft gap in the Single-Particle Density of States (DOS) of a system of interacting localized electrons.Due to the long-range Coulomb interactions, the single-particle DOS vanishes at the chemical potential, at low enough temperatures, such that thermal excitations do not wash out the gap. (en)
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  • First introduced by M. Pollak, the Coulomb gap is a soft gap in the Single-Particle Density of States (DOS) of a system of interacting localized electrons.Due to the long-range Coulomb interactions, the single-particle DOS vanishes at the chemical potential, at low enough temperatures, such that thermal excitations do not wash out the gap. (en)
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  • Coulomb gap (en)
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