Coherence in the Ferroelectric A3ClO (A = Li, Na) Family of Electrolytes

@article{Braga2021CoherenceIT,
  title={Coherence in the Ferroelectric A3ClO (A = Li, Na) Family of Electrolytes},
  author={Maria Helena Braga},
  journal={Materials},
  year={2021},
  volume={14}
}
Coherence is a major caveat in quantum computing. While phonons and electrons are weakly coupled in a glass, topological insulators strongly depend on the electron-phonon coupling. Knowledge of the electron−phonon interaction at conducting surfaces is relevant from a fundamental point of view as well as for various applications, such as two-dimensional and quasi-1D superconductivity in nanotechnology. Similarly, the electron−phonon interaction plays a relevant role in other transport properties… Expand
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