Fano resonances in nanoscale structures

... Beutler-Fano formula兲 that predicts the shape of spectral lines based on a superposition principle from quantum mechanics. The complexity of the physical phenomena was encapsulated in a few key parameters, which made this formula a workhorse in many fields of physics, including nuclear, atomic, mole ...

... Beutler-Fano formula兲 that predicts the shape of spectral lines based on a superposition principle from quantum mechanics. The complexity of the physical phenomena was encapsulated in a few key parameters, which made this formula a workhorse in many fields of physics, including nuclear, atomic, mole ...

Hyperfine Structure of Cs2 Molecules in Electronically Excited States

... Another important tool for quantum gas control and manipulation are optical lattice potentials [34]. Optical lattice potentials are used in order to produce periodic potentials for particles. Ultracold quantum gases loaded into an optical lattice can serve as quantum simulators for many-body physics ...

... Another important tool for quantum gas control and manipulation are optical lattice potentials [34]. Optical lattice potentials are used in order to produce periodic potentials for particles. Ultracold quantum gases loaded into an optical lattice can serve as quantum simulators for many-body physics ...

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... DNA helix the remaining phenanthroline groups lie along the groove of the righthanded DNA in a complementary fashion. However, for the A-isomer, with one phenanthroline group intercalated steric repulsions are evident between the nonintercalated phenanthroline hydrogen atoms and phosphate atoms on t ...

... DNA helix the remaining phenanthroline groups lie along the groove of the righthanded DNA in a complementary fashion. However, for the A-isomer, with one phenanthroline group intercalated steric repulsions are evident between the nonintercalated phenanthroline hydrogen atoms and phosphate atoms on t ...

Annals of Physics Classical impurities and boundary Majorana zero

... It is worth mentioning that the usefulness of the Majorana fermions in the QIC hinges on the exact Z2 symmetry of the spin model (2). Local terms (in the x or y ) which break the Ising symmetry induce non-local couplings among the Majoranas and spoil the degeneracy of the edge modes. In contrast, th ...

... It is worth mentioning that the usefulness of the Majorana fermions in the QIC hinges on the exact Z2 symmetry of the spin model (2). Local terms (in the x or y ) which break the Ising symmetry induce non-local couplings among the Majoranas and spoil the degeneracy of the edge modes. In contrast, th ...

Triplet states in organic semiconductors Materials Science and

... suggested that the use of triplet states may improve the efﬁciencies of solar cells [13–18]. As detailed in Section 6.4, this is based on the premise that the long lifetime of triplet states compared to singlet states may imply a larger diffusion length and thus a higher probability to reach a disso ...

... suggested that the use of triplet states may improve the efﬁciencies of solar cells [13–18]. As detailed in Section 6.4, this is based on the premise that the long lifetime of triplet states compared to singlet states may imply a larger diffusion length and thus a higher probability to reach a disso ...

Magnetic polaron in (Cd,Mn)Te quantum dot inserted in ZnTe

... The so called ”Spintronics” research started to be strongly investigated since the discovery of spin-dependent electron transport phenomena in the 1980s. The possibility to use both the charge and the spin of electrons have attracted attention thanks to the discovery of the giant magneto-resistance ...

... The so called ”Spintronics” research started to be strongly investigated since the discovery of spin-dependent electron transport phenomena in the 1980s. The possibility to use both the charge and the spin of electrons have attracted attention thanks to the discovery of the giant magneto-resistance ...

# Nitrogen-vacancy center

The nitrogen-vacancy center (N-V center) is one of numerous point defects in diamond. Its most explored and useful property is photoluminescence, which can be easily detected from an individual N-V center, especially those in the negative charge state (N-V−). Electron spins at N-V centers, localized at atomic scales, can be manipulated at room temperature by applying a magnetic field, electric field, microwave radiation or light, or a combination, resulting in sharp resonances in the intensity and wavelength of the photoluminescence. These resonances can be explained in terms of electron spin related phenomena such as quantum entanglement, spin-orbit interaction and Rabi oscillations, and analysed using advanced quantum optics theory. An individual N-V center can be viewed as a basic unit of a quantum computer, and it has potential applications in novel, more efficient fields of electronics and computational science including quantum cryptography and spintronics.