Single atom transistor in a 1D optical lattice
- We propose a scheme utilizing a quantum interference phenomenon to switch the transport of atoms in a 1D optical lattice through a site containing an inpurity atom. The impurity represents a qubit which in one spin state is transparent to the probe atoms, but in the other acts as a single atom mirror. This allows a singe-shot quantum nondemolition measurement of the qubit spin.
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- Copyright 2004 The American Physical Society. Citation: Micheli, A. et al. (2004). 'Single atom transistor in a 1D optical lattice', Physical Review Letters, 140408. [Available at http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v93/e140408].
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