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Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Condensed matter physics (liquids & solids),
  • Solid State Physics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Physics,
  • Science / Physics,
  • Tunneling (Physics)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7754587M
    ISBN 100521800021
    ISBN 109780521800020

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Macroscopic quantum phenomena are particularly important when considering the problem of Schrödinger's cat. This book contains a coherent and self-contained account of such phenomena, focusing on the central role played by macroscopic quantum tunneling.

Shin Takagi begins with an explanation of the nature and significance of the cat by: 2 Overview of macroscopic quantum tunneling 17 Standard form of Hamiltonian and Schr¨ odinger equation: dimensional analysis 17 Overview of MQC 20 Overview of MQT 25 Formulas for ground-state energy splitting and decay rate 30 Quantum decay and irreversible processes 32 Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling book action: bounce and instanton 34 Exercises "Macroscopic quantum phenomena are particularly important when considering the problem of Schrodinger's cat.

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Some candidate systems for macroscopic quantum tunneling; 4. Environmental problems; 5. Harmonic environment; 6. Quantum resonant oscillation in the harmonic environment; 7. Quantum decay in the harmonic environment; 8.

General versus harmonic environments; 9. The cat in the moonlight; Appendix A. Author: Shin Takagi. This is the first book to present a coherent theoretical and experimental treatment of the rapidly developing field of macroscopic quantum tunneling of Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling book magnetic moment.

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He deals with typical examples in detail, elucidating how quantum. Quantum tunnelling or tunneling (US) is the quantum mechanical phenomenon where a subatomic particle's probability disappears from one side of a potential barrier and appears on the other side without any probability current (flow) appearing Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling book the well.

Quantum tunnelling is not predicted by the laws of classical mechanics where surmounting a potential barrier requires enough potential. Macroscopic quantum phenomena refer to processes showing quantum behavior at the macroscopic scale, rather than at the atomic scale where quantum effects are prevalent.

The best-known examples of macroscopic quantum phenomena are superfluidity and superconductivity; other examples include the quantum Hall effect, giant magnetoresistance and topological order. Get this from a library. Macroscopic quantum tunneling of the magnetic moment.

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Furthermore, the functional of quantum in-formation density can also be applied to drive the object into a type of soliton structure of quantum information density, which allows the system to possess property of.

Macroscopic quantum phenomena are particularly important when considering the problem of Schrodinger's cat. This book contains a coherent and self-contained account of such phenomena, focusing on the central role played by macroscopic quantum : Shin Takagi.

macroscopic quantum tunneling, such as in double potential wells system. Furtherm ore, the functional of quantum in- formation density can also be applied t o drive the object into a type of Author: Qiao bi.

Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling of the Magnetic Moment Eugene M. Chudnovsky, Javier Tejada This is the first book to present a coherent theoretical and experimental treatment of the rapidly developing field of macroscopic quantum tunneling of the magnetic moment.

Abstract. As it is well known from the high-energy physics, the most basic property of quantum mechanical particles is that they obey only fundamental symmetries, and always can find the way around the lower-level by: from book Influence of Interfaces on Giant Magnetoresistance in Magnetic Sandwiches Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling in Magnetic Nanostructures Article July with 10 Reads.

Reviewing macroscopic quantum phenomena and quantum dissipation, from the phenomenology of magnetism and superconductivity to the presentation of alternative models for quantum dissipation, this book develops the basic material necessary to understand the quantum dynamics of Cited by: Abstract.

Theoretical foundations of the problem of quantum spin tunneling in magnetic nanostructures are presented. Several model problems are considered in detail, including recent new results on tunneling in antiferromagnetic nanoparticles and topologically nontrivial magnetic structures in systems with reduced : Boris A.

Ivanov, Alexei K. Kolezhuk. By the way, this is another reason why my comment may be (at least technically) relevant to the thread called "Quantum tunnelling w/ macroscopic objects".

Anyway, the information I offered seems interesting for some readers of this thread (e.g., Wolfgang2b), and it is definitely little-known. The book includes an extensive treatment of the time duration of tunneling.

The non-local nature of quantum mechanical states is further developed by the proof of Bell’s theorem and an in-depth discussion of its implications for experimental phenomena like quantum tunneling and quantum entanglement. Quantum tunnelling is a part of the theoretical branch of physics known as quantum states that electrons can behave like both particles and waves, and can cancel the effects of an energy barrier if the energy barrier is thin enough, due to quantum mechanics being dependent on other words, particles can travel through walls, doors, etc.

if the door or wall is thin. The magnetic layer is macroscopic in that it contains many electrons, perhaps as many as one hundred thousand, yet small enough as to be able to exhibit the phenomenon of “macroscopic quantum tunneling” - referred to as “MQT”.

It is well known that quantum phenomena can take place at the macroscopic scale in those systems with negligible dissipation e.g. superconductors, quantum fluids (1) or eventually one-dimensional metals (2).

Magnetic systems also seem to show such effects (3), but to smaller extent, the effect of dissipation being not always negligible there. Book: Quantum States of Atoms and Molecules (Zielinksi et al.) Quantum mechanical tunneling is a consequence of the fact that a vibrating molecule has a significant probability to be in the classically forbidden region of space, i.e.

beyond the classical limit. Classical mechanics works fine for macroscopic objects but not for. as Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling This digitally printed first paperback version This book is in copyright. Subject to statutory exception and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements, no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission of Cambridge University by: However, this doesn’t tell the whole story.

Quantum objects like atoms don’t play by macroscopic rules – they are waves as well as particles and tunnelling is a natural consequence of this. Buy Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling by Shin Takagi from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Shin Takagi. Quantum tunnelling of a macroscopic variable satisfies the Bell-type inequality ^2 Vtut2,h,tA.

35 () N o w the punch-line is that for an ideal isolated two-state system such as an N H 3 molecule, it is easy to choose values of t u etc., so that the inequality () is violated by the quantum-mechanical by: 3. This volume is an outgrowth of the Second International Workshop on Macroscopic Quantum Coherence and Computing held in Napoli, Italy, in June This workshop gathered a number of experts from the major Universities and Research Institutions of several countries.

The choice of the location. vsky, Macroscopic quantum tunneling in magnetic systems, in the book: Foundation of Quantum Mechanics in the Light of the New Technology, ed. By. between tunneled signals and macroscopic causality. The key words: causality, quantum barrier, superluminal signaling, tunneling time, superluminal quantum tunneling 1.

Introduction (statements and citations) In discussing the SQT effect, it is necessary to emphasize from start that contrary to a widely. Macroscopic quantum tunneling in Josephson tunnel junctions and Coulomb blockade in single small tunnel junctions Technical Report Cleland, A N Experiments investigating the process of macroscopic quantum tunneling in a moderately-damped, resistively shunted, Josephson junction are described, followed by a discussion of experiments performed on.

@article{osti_, title = {Macroscopic quantum tunneling in Josephson tunnel junctions and Coulomb blockade in single small tunnel junctions}, author = {Cleland, A N}, abstractNote = {Experiments investigating the process of macroscopic quantum tunneling in a moderately-damped, resistively shunted, Josephson junction are described, followed by a discussion of experiments performed on very.

Lecture 20 – Quantum Tunneling of Electrons 3/20/ Notes by MIT Student (and MZB) Introduction. Until now, we have been discussing reaction rates on a somewhat phenomenological basis. In this lecture, we will become much more fundamental, and merge our analysis of reaction rates with quantum mechanics.

First, we’ll discuss the concept of File Size: KB. The first clear experimental evidence for macroscopic quantum tunneling was provided by Clarke, et al. [17], who showed that in a Josephson Junction the phase of the superconducting order parameter across the junction can tunnel from a “superconducting” zero.

Daniel V. Schroeder, Editor Department of Physics, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah ; [email protected] Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling.

Shin Takagi. Cambridge U.P., New York, Price: $ ISBN Anupam Garg, Reviewer. Explorations of the implications of quantum mechanics for macroscopic objects, and of the open quantum systems which. Once again, Pdf disagree. The probability interpretation is an operational interpretation, i.e., made to match measurements.

However, measurements always depend on the process of decoherence. It is therefore the process of decoherence that forces one to operationally interpret the reduced density.Kinki University Series on Quantum Computing Diversities in Quantum Computation and Quantum Information, pp.

() No Access THEORY OF MACROSCOPIC QUANTUM TUNNELING IN TWO-GAP SUPERCONDUCTORS: CORRECTIONS FROM LEGGETT’S MODES.Quantum Biology at the Macromolecular Level (QBML). One application ebook quantum theory is to consider possible quantum-mechanical effects at the level of biological macromolecules (typically proteins or nucleic acids) and macromolecular complexes.

This approach extends the reach of quantum chemistry to objects larger than ordinary molecules.