Quantum Wire

 

In condensed matter physics, a quantum wire is an electrically conducting wire, in which quantum effects are affecting transport properties. Due to the confinement of conduction electrons in the transverse direction of the wire, their transverse energy is quantized into a series of discrete values E0 ("ground state" energy, with lower value), E1,... (see particle in a box, quantum harmonic oscillator).

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Another form of quantum dot, but unlike the single-dimension 'dot', a quantum wire is confined only in two dimensions - that is it has 'length', and allows the electrons to propagate in a 'particle-like' fashion. Constructed typically on a semiconductor base.

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A nanoscaled conductive wire resembling a nearly 1-dimensional object with different electrical properties from those of macroscopic wires.

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Another form of quantum dot, but unlike the single-dimension "dot," a quantum wire is confined only in two dimensions - that is it has "length," and allows the electrons to propagate in a "particle-like" fashion. Constructed typically on a semiconductor base, and (among other things) used to produce very intense laser beams, switchable up to multi-gigahertz per second.

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Another form of quantum dot, but unlike the single-dimension "dot," a quantum wire is confined only in two dimensions - that is it has "length," and allows the electrons to propagate in a "particle-like" fashion. Constructed typically on a semiconductor base, and (among other things) used to produce very intense laser beams, switchable up to multi-gigahertz per second

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Another form of quantum dot, but unlike the single-dimension 'dot', a quantum wire is confined only in two dimensions - that is it has 'length', and allows the electrons to propagate in a 'particle-like' fashion. Constructed typically on a semiconductor base.

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Another form of quantum dot, but unlike the single-dimension "dot," a quantum wire is confined only in two dimensions - that is it has "length," and allows the electrons to propagate in a "particle-like" fashion. Constructed typically on a semiconductor base, and (among other things) used to produce very intense laser beams, switchable up to multi-gigahertz per second.

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