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Charge density waves

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Charge density waves Next: Wigner crystals Up: Elastic Description Previous: Vortex latt-ices Charge density waves Elasticity theory for the CDW is considerably simplified by the strong anisotropy. In particular, since the electrons in the ...


Charge density waves

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Charge density waves Next: Wigner crystals Up: Elastic Description Previous: Vortex latt-ices Charge density waves Elasticity theory for the CDW is considerably simplified by the strong anisotropy. In particular, since the electrons in the ...


Charge density waves

online.kitp.ucsb.edu/online/lnotes/balents/node32.html

Charge density waves Next: Vortex lattices and Wigner Up: Spatial order parameters and Previous: Spatial order parameters and Charge density waves The simplest case is the CDW. The charge density of a CDW is   where we have begun a Fourier ...


Charge density waves

online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/lnotes/balents/node32.html

Charge density waves Next: Vortex lattices and Wigner Up: Spatial order parameters and Previous: Spatial order parameters and Charge density waves The simplest case is the CDW. The charge density of a CDW is   where we have begun a Fourier ...


Charge density waves

online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/lnotes/balents/node25.html

Charge density waves Next: Wigner crystals Up: Survey Previous: Vortex lattices Charge density waves A second well-studied example is the charge density wave (CDW)[ 12 ]. A CDW is essentially a sort of anisotropic electron crystal. They tend ...


Charge density waves

online.kitp.ucsb.edu/online/lnotes/balents/node25.html

Charge density waves Next: Wigner crystals Up: Survey Previous: Vortex lattices Charge density waves A second well-studied example is the charge density wave (CDW)[ 12 ]. A CDW is essentially a sort of anisotropic electron crystal. They tend ...


Moshe Goldstein, Bar-Ilan Univ., Population Switching and Charge ...

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Moshe Goldstein, Bar-Ilan Univ., Population Switching and Charge Sensing in Quantum Dots: A Case for Quantum Phase Transitions Schedule Nov 02, 2009 Population Switching and Charge Sensing in Quantum Dots: A Case for Quantum Phase Transition ...


Moshe Goldstein, Bar-Ilan Univ., Population Switching and Charge ...

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Moshe Goldstein, Bar-Ilan Univ., Population Switching and Charge Sensing in Quantum Dots: A Case for Quantum Phase Transitions Schedule Nov 02, 2009 Population Switching and Charge Sensing in Quantum Dots: A Case for Quantum Phase Transition ...


Anton Akhmerov, Leiden Univ. & KITP, How to Send Current through ...

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... is a key operation in topological quantum computation, but the detection is problematic since these particles have no charge. The Dirac-Majorana converter enables electrical de-tection of the interferometric signal. Begin Flash video . ...


Anton Akhmerov, Leiden Univ. & KITP, How to Send Current through ...

online.itp.ucsb.edu/online/lowdim09/akhmerov/

... is a key operation in topological quantum computation, but the detection is problematic since these particles have no charge. The Dirac-Majorana converter enables electrical de-tection of the interferometric signal. Begin Flash video . ...


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