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Single electron-spin memory with a semiconductor quantum dot. / Young, Robert J.; Dewhurst, Samuel J.; Stevenson, R. Mark; Atkinson, Paola; Bennett, Anthony J.; Ward, Martin B.; Cooper, Ken; Ritchie, David A.; Shields, Andrew J.

In: New Journal of Physics, Vol. 9, 365, 09.10.2007, p. -.

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Young, RJ, Dewhurst, SJ, Stevenson, RM, Atkinson, P, Bennett, AJ, Ward, MB, Cooper, K, Ritchie, DA & Shields, AJ 2007, 'Single electron-spin memory with a semiconductor quantum dot', New Journal of Physics, vol. 9, 365, pp. -. https://doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/9/10/365

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Young, R. J., Dewhurst, S. J., Stevenson, R. M., Atkinson, P., Bennett, A. J., Ward, M. B., Cooper, K., Ritchie, D. A., & Shields, A. J. (2007). Single electron-spin memory with a semiconductor quantum dot. New Journal of Physics, 9, -. [365]. https://doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/9/10/365

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Young RJ, Dewhurst SJ, Stevenson RM, Atkinson P, Bennett AJ, Ward MB et al. Single electron-spin memory with a semiconductor quantum dot. New Journal of Physics. 2007 Oct 9;9:-. 365. https://doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/9/10/365

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Young, Robert J. ; Dewhurst, Samuel J. ; Stevenson, R. Mark ; Atkinson, Paola ; Bennett, Anthony J. ; Ward, Martin B. ; Cooper, Ken ; Ritchie, David A. ; Shields, Andrew J. / Single electron-spin memory with a semiconductor quantum dot. In: New Journal of Physics. 2007 ; Vol. 9. pp. -.

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AU - Shields, Andrew J.

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