Using the Bastard-type trial function for the neutral donor and the Hylleraas-type trial function for the negatively charged donor, we
investigate the effect of donor positions inside the cylindrical GaAs/Ga(Al)As nanowire superlattice on their ground state energies.
Results of calculation, presented in the form of contour plots of the energies corresponding to different donor positions along a cross
section through symmetry axis, show a close relationship between the energies of the neutral and negatively charged donors and the
charge distributions in one- and two-electron nanowire superlattices, respectively, at the point of their locations. The higher the charge
density resulting from the unbound electron at a point in the heterostructure, the lower are the ground state energies of the neutral and
negatively charged donors located at this point.