By Prof. Dr. Rolf Haug (auth.)
The current quantity forty six of Advances in stable kingdom Physics comprises the written models of chosen invited lectures from the spring assembly of the Arbeitskreis Festkörperphysik of the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft which used to be held from 27 to 31 March 2006 in Dresden, Germany. Many topical talks given on the a variety of symposia are integrated. almost all these have been prepared collaboratively by means of numerous of the divisions of the Arbeitskreis. The topis diversity from zero-dimensional physics in quantum dots, molecules and nanoparticles over one-dimensional physics in nanowires and 1d platforms to extra utilized matters like optoelectronics and fabrics technology in skinny motion pictures. The contributions span the complete width of solid-state physics from really easy technological know-how to applications.
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Klauser et al. (whether |+ or |− was measured) and on the driving frequency ω of the oscillating exchange interaction J(t). In the case where the measurement outcome is |+ , the initial distribution ρI (x) is multiplied by 1 − Lω (x) which causes a dip in ρI (x) at x = ω/2. However, in the case where the result of the measurement was |− , the initial distribution ρI (x) is multiplied by L(x). , half the amplitude of the applied oscillation exchange interaction J(t). Thus, choos(1,−,ω) (x) is dominated by the Lorentzian and therefore the ing j < σ0 , ρI FWHM of the initial nuclear spin distribution has been narrowed by a factor σ0 is given by ≈ j/4σ0 .
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