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Physical Review Letters
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Flux-sensitive correlations of mutually incoherent quantum channels

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Abstract

A two-particle state can be sensitive to a magnetic flux through exchange even if it is composed of single-particle states which on the average are statistically uncorrelated and exhibit no direct interference. Consequently, two-particle observables can be sensitive to a flux even if all single-particle observables are flux insensitive. We investigate exchange effects in current cross correlations of small conductors subject to a magnetic field. © 1992 The American Physical Society.

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10 Feb 1992

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Physical Review Letters

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