# Correlated quantum transport of density wave electrons.

@article{Miller2012CorrelatedQT, title={Correlated quantum transport of density wave electrons.}, author={J. H. Miller and A. Wijesinghe and Z. Tang and A. Guloy}, journal={Physical review letters}, year={2012}, volume={108 3}, pages={ 036404 } }

Recently observed Aharonov-Bohm quantum interference of the period h/2e in charge density wave rings strongly suggests that correlated density wave electron transport is a cooperative quantum phenomenon. The picture discussed here posits that quantum solitons nucleate and transport current above a Coulomb blockade threshold field. We propose a field-dependent tunneling matrix element and use the Schrödinger equation, viewed as an emergent classical equation as in Feynman's treatment of… Expand

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