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Isolating electrons on superfluid helium
Journal of Physics, Conference Series
Electrons floating on the surface of superfluid helium have been suggested as promising mobile spin quantum bits (qubits). Transferring electrons extremely efficiently in a narrow channel structure with underlying gates has been demonstrated, showing no transfer error while clocking 10^9 pixels in a 3-phase charge coupled device (CCD). While on average, one electron per channel was clocked, it is desirable to reliably obtain a single electron per channel. We have designed an electron turnstiledoi:10.1088/1742-6596/568/5/052034 fatcat:c7kxsn6bgnedvlzyjju7533xt4