The tunneling Hamiltonian describes a particle transfer from one region to
the other. While there is no particle storage in the tunneling region itself,
it has associated certain amount of energy. We name the corresponding flux
energy reactance since, like an electrical reactance, it manifests itself in
time-dependent transport only. Noticeably, this quantity is Published in:

Published in: arXiv Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics

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