I am trying to understand the cooper pair in a box. They don't seem to behave like normal particles. Can someone point me to a good intro. Especially on that focuses on how they are not like a quantum well. Some questions:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1) Does the cooper pair in the box see anything of the geometric shape of the box?

2) Can I excite the cooper pair?

3) How does the phase behave, I suppose it's not a standing wave, since the currents prefer the surface?

4) What is the aequivalent for cooper pairs of the dressed state of a quantum dot in cavity qed? Do we get Bloch equations?

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# Cooper pair in a box

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