Shot noise in mesoscopic conductors

@article{Blanter2000ShotNI,
  title={Shot noise in mesoscopic conductors},
  author={Y. Blanter and M. Buttiker},
  journal={Physics Reports},
  year={2000},
  volume={336},
  pages={1-166}
}
Abstract Theoretical and experimental work concerned with dynamic fluctuations has developed into a very active and fascinating subfield of mesoscopic physics. We present a review of this development focusing on shot noise in small electric conductors. Shot noise is a consequence of the quantization of charge. It can be used to obtain information on a system which is not available through conductance measurements. In particular, shot noise experiments can determine the charge and statistics of… Expand
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