ZnO Quantum Dots: Physical Properties and Optoelectronic

... has a very large exciton binding energy (*60 meV), which results in more efficient excitonic emission at room temperature. Moreover, it is believed that exchange interaction between spins of acceptor-bound charge carriers can mediate room temperature ferromagnetic ordering in ZnO. Since doping of se ...

... has a very large exciton binding energy (*60 meV), which results in more efficient excitonic emission at room temperature. Moreover, it is believed that exchange interaction between spins of acceptor-bound charge carriers can mediate room temperature ferromagnetic ordering in ZnO. Since doping of se ...

Wave_particle_duality\key Wave particle duality

... {An understanding of the diffraction pattern associated with particles is based on} -a) Forces that the De Broglie [[w:pilot wave|pilot wave]] exert between pairs of particles. -b) Forces that the De Broglie [[w:pilot wave|pilot wave]] exert on individual particles. +c) [[w:Interference (wave propag ...

... {An understanding of the diffraction pattern associated with particles is based on} -a) Forces that the De Broglie [[w:pilot wave|pilot wave]] exert between pairs of particles. -b) Forces that the De Broglie [[w:pilot wave|pilot wave]] exert on individual particles. +c) [[w:Interference (wave propag ...

Quantum dots on bilayer graphene made on a substrate of boron

... solve certain computational problems in a more eﬃcient way than classical computers (e.g. Shor’s algorithm), and can give us the ability to simulate quantum systems and better understand for example high-Tc superconductivity. QIP requires quantum bits (qubits) which can be made ‘inside’ quantum dots ...

... solve certain computational problems in a more eﬃcient way than classical computers (e.g. Shor’s algorithm), and can give us the ability to simulate quantum systems and better understand for example high-Tc superconductivity. QIP requires quantum bits (qubits) which can be made ‘inside’ quantum dots ...

Novel Systems and Methods for Quantum

... atom-atom interactions to propose a robust protocol for implementing the two-qubit photonic phase gate, which is an important ingredient in many quantum computation and communication tasks. In contrast to photon storage, many quantum computation and simulation applications require individual address ...

... atom-atom interactions to propose a robust protocol for implementing the two-qubit photonic phase gate, which is an important ingredient in many quantum computation and communication tasks. In contrast to photon storage, many quantum computation and simulation applications require individual address ...

Quasiclassical and semiclassical calculations on reactions with oriented molecules cos β

... these experimental data. Furthermore, calculations are reported that quantify these models and test their validity. In the remaining sections of this introductory survey I will try to explain the experimental setup from a theoretician's point of view (See also Refs. [1,4{8]). For more details regard ...

... these experimental data. Furthermore, calculations are reported that quantify these models and test their validity. In the remaining sections of this introductory survey I will try to explain the experimental setup from a theoretician's point of view (See also Refs. [1,4{8]). For more details regard ...

Particle Detectors in Curved Space Quantum Field Theory

... problems arising from the fact that these fields contain several species of particles. Particle detector equivalence is then applied to these models and used to construct an elementary symmetry between the charged scalar and spinor field many-particle states in the Minkowski Fock space. Finally, a g ...

... problems arising from the fact that these fields contain several species of particles. Particle detector equivalence is then applied to these models and used to construct an elementary symmetry between the charged scalar and spinor field many-particle states in the Minkowski Fock space. Finally, a g ...