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Superposition states for quantum nanoelectronic circuits and their nonclassical properties

. Nanoelectronic circuit; Displaced number state; Superposition; Interference; Wave function - & Jeong Ryeol Choi One of the greatest challenges for modern electronic science is miniaturizing electronic devices

Quantization of time-dependent non-central singular potential systems in three dimensions by using the Nikiforov-Uvarov method

a TDHS. Quantization of Time-dependent Non-central Singular Potential Systems · · · – Salah Menouar and Jeong Ryeol Choi -507 Because I is a function of time, the derivation of its eigenstates may ... − (m2 + a/ 2) 2 +n (n + 1) = c − (m2 + a/ 2). ( 27 ) Quantization of Time-dependent Non-central Singular Potential Systems · · · – Salah Menouar and Jeong Ryeol Choi -509dn × dhn Cn = Φnn m(r, θ, ϕ

Time behavior of a Gaussian wave packet accompanying the generalized coherent state for the inverted oscillator

A Gaussian wave packet of the inverted oscillator is investigated using the invariant operator method together with the unitary transformation method. A simple wave packet directly derived from the eigenstates of the invariant operator of the system corresponds to a plane wave that is fully delocalized. However, we can construct a weighted wave packet in terms of such plane waves...

Quantization of time-dependent singular potential systems in one-dimension by using the Nikiforov-Uvarov method

The technique for quantizing simple static systems can be extended to more generalized systems that involve time-dependent parameters. In this work, a particle with linearly increasing mass that is bound by a time-dependent singular potential, which is composed of an inverse quadratic potential and a Coulomb-like potential, is quantized by using the Nikiforov-Uvarov method...

Displacing, squeezing, and time evolution of quantum states for nanoelectronic circuits

Abstract The time behavior of DSN (displaced squeezed number state) for a two-dimensional electronic circuit composed of nanoscale elements is investigated using unitary transformation approach. The original Hamiltonian of the system is somewhat complicated. However, through unitary transformation, the Hamiltonian became very simple enough that we can easily treat it. By...

Wigner distribution function of superposed quantum states for a time-dependent oscillator-like Hamiltonian system

A phase space distribution function of quantum mechanics, so-called the Wigner distribution function (WDF), for superposed states of the general time-dependent oscillator-like Hamiltonian system is investigated. Superposition of not only two different coherent states but also two different squeezed states are considered respectively. Analytical representation of WDF for the...