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Displacemon Electromechanics: How to Detect Quantum Interference in a Nanomechanical Resonator

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Displacemon Electromechanics : How to Detect Quantum Interference in a Nanomechanical Resonator. / Khosla, Kiran; Vanner, Michael; Ares, N et al.

In: Physical Review X, Vol. 8, 021052, 24.05.2018.

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Khosla K, Vanner M, Ares N, Laird EA. Displacemon Electromechanics: How to Detect Quantum Interference in a Nanomechanical Resonator. Physical Review X. 2018 May 24;8:021052. doi: 10.1103/PhysRevX.8.021052

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Khosla, Kiran ; Vanner, Michael ; Ares, N et al. / Displacemon Electromechanics : How to Detect Quantum Interference in a Nanomechanical Resonator. In: Physical Review X. 2018 ; Vol. 8.

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