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I have been reading about quantum confined systems. That is, systems of 1 or 2 particles or atoms inside a region of space of radius R where potential energy is, say V(r), for r < R and infinity of r >= R. However, something I cannot find using Google is how one can obtain such space. I mean, if I can isolate two atoms, how can I put these two atoms inside a confined region?

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# How quantum confinement can be obtained?

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