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Quantum Transport by Yaroslav M. Blanter, Yuli V. Nazarov

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5.5 Charge qubits

In Sections 5.55.7, we give several examples of “working” solid state qubits, that is, those experimentally realized up to date (2009). We do not review the numerous, and possibly even more successful, realizations and proposals not related to quantum transport, such as nuclear magnetic resonance schemes, ultra-cold atom manipulation, or optically driven qubits. Solid state qubits always involve electron transfers, either coherent or incoherent. Since electrons are charged, it looks natural to employ a charge degree of freedom to represent the quantum information. These qubits are discussed in the present section. It turns out ...

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