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Charging energy

>About the multi-electron picture you have been talking, >I would like to know, if I put two electrons at the >same time from the source to the channel rather than >putting one electron after another and thereby taking the system >from 00 state to 11 state directly, can I avoid the >interaction potential term?

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    Supriyo Datta

    With one electron at a time, you would first put one electron of energy E and then an electron with energy E+U. With two electrons at a time their total energy would need to 2E + U .. so I do not think you are avoiding the interaction potential term ..

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