Correlation effects on the energy spectra of quantum dot electrons with harmonic model interactions*
The low-lying excitation energy spectra of two, three and five quantum dot electrons with harmonic model interactions in a large magnetic field are calculated by the Hartree-Fock (HF) methods. Correlation effects on the energy level structures are investigated by comparing the HF results with the exact ones. It is found that the pure collective excitations (center-of-mass mode quanta) existing in the exact energy spectra do not appear in the HF energy spectra. The degeneracies of energy levels are also related to the correlation interactions, especially in the energy spectrum of two electrons. In the cases of more than two electrons, as the electron-electron interaction strength is increased the HF energy levels exhibit more complex crossings than the exact ones.
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