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VOLUME 55 | ISSUE 9 | PAGE 555
Charge-transport statistics in quantum conductors
The noise in a quantum resistor at Τ = 0 is described statistically over a long time interval τν fife V. The correlation functions of all orders are found. The distribution function of the transmitted charge is also found. The noise is determined by negative current pulses with a length shorter than rv. They carry a charge which is a multiple of e* = le^D, where D is the transparency. The statistics of the pulses is binomial. This result corresponds to the probability distribution which arises as the result of a steady-state Bernoulli random process.

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