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Fast high-fidelity single-shot readout of spins in silicon using a single-electron box

@inproceedings{Oakes2022FastHS,
  title={Fast high-fidelity single-shot readout of spins in silicon using a single-electron box},
  author={Giovanni A. Oakes and Virginia N. Ciriano-Tejel and David F. Wise and Michael A. Fogarty and Theodor Lundberg and C. Lain'e and Simon Schaal and Francisco Leonardo Bezerra Martins and David J. Ibberson and Louis Hutin and Benoit Bertrand and N. A. Stelmashenko and Jeffrey A. Robinson and Lisa Ibberson and Ahmed Hashim and Irfan Siddiqi and A. T. Lee and Maud Vinet and C. G. Smith and John J. L. Morton and Miguel Fernando Gonzalez-Zalba},
  year={2022}
}
G. A. Oakes, 2, ∗ V.N. Ciriano-Tejel, 3, ∗ D. Wise, 3 M. A. Fogarty, 3 T. Lundberg, 4 C. Lainé, 3 S. Schaal, 3 F. Martins, D. J. Ibberson, 4 L. Hutin, B. Bertrand, N. Stelmashenko, J. A. W. Robinson, L. Ibberson, A. Hashim, I. Siddiqi, A. Lee, M. Vinet, C. G. Smith, 4 J.J.L. Morton, 3, † and M. F. Gonzalez-Zalba ‡ Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, J.J. Thomson Avenue, Cambridge CB3 0HE, United Kingdom Quantum Motion, 9 Sterling Way, London N7 9HJ, United Kingdom London Centre for… 

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