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June 23rd, 2003
Old Apple Hard Drive Becomes New Atomic Mirror
"One exciting prospect is to use the atom mirror, combined with electric fields, to perform quantum logic gates necessary for building a quantum computer," said Cal Tech quantum-optics researcher Benjamin Lev.
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