# Entanglement and transport through correlated quantum dot

@article{Rycerz2006EntanglementAT, title={Entanglement and transport through correlated quantum dot}, author={Adam Rycerz}, journal={The European Physical Journal B - Condensed Matter and Complex Systems}, year={2006}, volume={52}, pages={291-296} }

Abstract.We study quantum entanglement in a single-level quantum dot in the
linear-response regime.
The results show, that the maximal quantum value of the conductance
2e2/h not always match the maximal entanglement.
The pairwise entanglement between the quantum dot and the nearest atom of the
lead is also analyzed by utilizing the Wootters formula
for charge and spin degrees of freedom separately.
The coexistence of zero concurrence and the maximal conductance is observed
for low values of…

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