Stability of Single Electron Devices: Charge Offset Drift
Michael D. Stewart, Neil M. Zimmerman
Abstract: Single electron devices (SEDs) afford the opportunity to isolate and manipulate individual electrons. This ability imbues SEDs with potential applications in a wide array of areas from metrology (current and capacitance) to quantum information. Success in each application ultimately requires exceptional performance, uniformity, and stability from SEDs which is currently unavailable. In this review, we discuss a time instability of SEDs which occurs at low frequency (
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Stability of Single Electron Devices: Charge Offset Drift, Applied Sciences, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=920969
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