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      Strongly Anisotropic Electronic Transport at Landau Level Filling Factor \(\nu = 9/2\) and \(\nu = 5/2\) Under Tilted Magnetic Field

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          We have investigated the influence of an increasing in-plane magnetic field on the states at half-filling of Landau levels (\(\nu\) = 11/2, 9/2, 7/2, and 5/2) of a two-dimensional electron system. In the electrically anisotropic phase at \(\nu\) = 9/2 and 11/2 an in-plane magnetic field of \(\sim\) 1-2 T overcomes its initial pinning to the crystal lattice and {\it reorient} this phase. In the initially isotropic phases at \(\nu\) = 5/2 and 7/2 an in-plane magnetic field {\it induces} a strong electrical anisotropy. In all cases, for high in-plane fields, the high resistance axis is parallel to the direction of the in-plane field.

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                Journal
                10 March 1999
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                10.1103/PhysRevLett.83.820
                cond-mat/9903160
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                6 page, 3 figues
                cond-mat.mes-hall

                Nanophysics

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