Towards Quantum Communication with Electron Spins

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SARAGA, Daniel S., Guido BURKARD, Jose C. EGUES, Hans-Andreas ENGEL, Patrik RECHER, Daniel LOSS, 2003. Towards Quantum Communication with Electron Spins. In: Turkish Journal of Physics. 27(5), pp. 427-441. ISSN 1300-0101. eISSN 1303-6122

@article{Saraga2003Towar-29151, title={Towards Quantum Communication with Electron Spins}, year={2003}, number={5}, volume={27}, issn={1300-0101}, journal={Turkish Journal of Physics}, pages={427--441}, author={Saraga, Daniel S. and Burkard, Guido and Egues, Jose C. and Engel, Hans-Andreas and Recher, Patrik and Loss, Daniel} }

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