Electron Cloud Density Generated by Microring-Embedded Nano-grating System

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We propose the use of the electron cloud generated by quasi-particle waves called polariton dipoles, which oscillated within a silicon microring-embedded gold grating system for quantum consciousness processing model. An embedded gold grating is coupled by a whispering gallery mode beam generated by a soliton pulse, from which the polariton waves oscillated with the plasma frequency at the Bragg wavelength. The excited polariton cloud by the external stimuli can be detected at the system output ports. The two states of the polariton (electron) are spin-up and spin-down that can process automatically and deliver to the network and cloud. In manipulation, the results obtained show the electron density increased by increasing the input power into the system. In application, the cell polariton cloud coupled by the external stimuli and patterned by the quantum cellular automata results, which localized in the cloud network and connected to the nerve cell access nodes. The coded polaritons connected to the nerve cell memory clouds, while the required commands are delivered to resonant cells via the network link. More stenographic codes can also be generated by other external stimuli sources, which can process similarly.

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The authors would like to acknowledge the research facilities from Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam, and the financial support from Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand.

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Bunruangses, M., Youplao, P., Amiri, I.S. et al. Electron Cloud Density Generated by Microring-Embedded Nano-grating System. Plasmonics 15, 543–549 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11468-019-01083-9

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