Hydrodynamic magnetoplasmon resonance and Hall viscosity in resistance of correlated electron-double-layer liquids

Tuesday, June 4, 2019 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
Lind 409
Alex Levchenko (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
In this work we study magnetotransport properties in electronic double layers of strongly correlated electron liquids.
For sufficiently clean high-mobility samples, the high-temperature regime of transport in these systems can be described in pure hydrodynamic terms. We concentrate on the magnetic field dependence of longitudinal drag effect mediated by the interlayer Coulomb scattering and identify several mechanisms of transresistance which is caused by viscous flows, magnetoplasmon resonance, and dissipative thermal fluxes. In particular, we elucidate how Hall viscosity enters magnetodrag and modifies its temperature dependence in the magnetic field.