Mesoscopic physics deals with effects at submicron and nanoscales where the conventional wisdom of macroscopic averaging is no longer applicable. A wide variety of new devices have recently evolved, all extremely promising for major novel directions in technology, including carbon nanotubes, ballistic quantum dots, hybrid mesoscopic junctions made of different type of normal, superconducting and ferromagnetic materials. This, in turn, demands a profound understanding of fundamental physical phenomena on mesoscopic scales. As a result, the forefront of fundamental research in condensed matter has been moved to the areas where the interplay between electron-electron interactions and quantum interference of phase-coherent electrons scattered by impurities and/or boundaries is the key to such understanding. An understanding of decoherence as well as other effects of the interactions is crucial for developing future electronic, photonic and spintronic devices, including the element base for quantum computation.Consequently in this case the situation can be characterized by a pair conditional probability K(E, t|E 0) to find the spacingE at timetunder condition that att = 0it wasE 0. ... The above estimates do not describe decay of the free induction signal anbsp;...
|Title||:||Fundamental Problems of Mesoscopic Physics|
|Author||:||Igor V. Lerner, Boris L. Altshuler, Yuval Gefen|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2006-04-11|