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Blocking transport resonances via Kondo many-body entanglement in quantum dots

URN to cite this document:
urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-343807
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.34380
Niklas, Michael ; Smirnov, Sergey ; Mantelli, Davide ; Marganska, Magdalena ; Nguyen, Ngoc-Viet ; Wernsdorfer, Wolfgang ; Cleuziou, Jean-Pierre ; Grifoni, Milena
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Abstract

Many-body entanglement is at the heart of the Kondo effect, which has its hallmark in quantum dots as a zero-bias conductance peak at low temperatures. It signals the emergence of a conducting singlet state formed by a localized dot degree of freedom and conduction electrons. Carbon nanotubes offer the possibility to study the emergence of the Kondo entanglement by tuning many-body correlations ...

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