‘A quantum observation technique; Quantum decoherence-by-depolarisation-tunnelling in a Spin Polarized Electron Gas, described by ‘Celalettin’s 1st Paradigm’’

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Celalettin, Metin (2021) ‘A quantum observation technique; Quantum decoherence-by-depolarisation-tunnelling in a Spin Polarized Electron Gas, described by ‘Celalettin’s 1st Paradigm’’. PhD thesis, Victoria University.

Abstract

A Spin Polarized Electron Gas (SPEG) will be mathematically modelled to provide a medium in which the phenomenon will occur. Drawing on similar models consistent with the Quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) method, it will result in an equation enabling the medium to leave evidence of a foreign particle attempting to tunnel through it. This meets the objective of this study, quantum measurement. The SPEG’s spin exchange energy boundaries and collective electric dipole spin frequencies will enable the required Free Electron Laser (FEL) to be calibrated to the SPEG frequency forming the crux of the proposal. The mathematical model will leverage off investigations that have been performed at the single electron level, such as precession manipulation and application to a SPEG. This research will then present a formula that describes a SPEG pierced by a FEL and producing a resultant tunnel; its walls stoned by spin-flipped electrons. The formula presented will be the energy expression of the tunnel by depolarization.

Item type Thesis (PhD thesis)
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/43943
Subjects Current > FOR (2020) Classification > 5108 Quantum physics
Current > Division/Research > College of Science and Engineering
Keywords quantum mechanics, quantum decoherence, depolarization, spin polarized electron gas, SPEG, electron, quantum measurement
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