Quantum transport in irreducible three-terminal networks with fractional charge
Quantum transport in irreducible three terminal networks with fractional charge
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"In summary, this thesis undertakes a detailed study of irreducible quantum network structures which is an example of tight entanglement. Several new concepts including a 2-D Brillouin zone, fractional charge, etc. are introduced. Various schemes to obtain wave vector values are explained and used, established concepts like Buttiker symmetry rule is expanded and generalized. This thesis and the results in it can thus serve as a helpful reference and foundation for further research on the quantum entanglement."--Discussion of Results and Conclusions, page 85.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xii, 127 leaves
© 2003 Shankaranarayanan Gurumurthy, All rights reserved.
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Gurumurthy, Shankaranarayanan, "Quantum transport in irreducible three-terminal networks with fractional charge" (2003). Masters Theses. 2423.
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