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5(a), and the corresponding modulated current Idet through the QPC is measured with a lock-in amplifier. Fig. 5. (a) Schematic measurement setup and a scanning electron micrograph of a double quantum dot coupled with a Q P C electrometer, (b) Schematic energy diagram of eigenstates. (c) Current through the QPC. (d) The derivative of the QPC current, (e) Experimental charge detection signal. The dashed and dotted lines are fitted to the data by assuming thermal distribution and coherent tunneling coupling, respectively.

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