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Physics  1995 

Pulsed Magnetic Field Measurements of the Composite Fermion Effective Mass

DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.53.2057

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Magnetotransport measurements of Composite Fermions (CF) are reported in 50 T pulsed magnetic fields. The CF effective mass is found to increase approximately linearly with the effective field $B^*$, in agreement with our earlier work at lower fields. For a $B^*$ of 14 T it reaches $1.6m_e$, over 20 times the band edge electron mass. Data from all fractions are unified by the single parameter $B^*$ for all the samples studied over a wide range of electron densities. The energy gap is found to increase like $\sqrt{B^*}$ at high fields.


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