Quantum Fluctuations of the Current and Voltage in Thermal Vacuum State for Mesoscopic Quartz Piezoelectric Crystal
The mesoscopic quartz piezoelectric crystal equivalent circuit is quantized by the method of damped harmonic oscillator quantization. It is shown that, when each branch is in the thermal vacuum states, the quantum fluctuations of the voltage, and current of each loop relate with not only the equivalent circuit inherent parameter, but also the temperature and decay according to exponent along with time.
Key Wordsmesoscopic quartz piezoelectric crystal equivalent circuit thermal vacuum state quantum fluctuation
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