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August 14th, 2003

Microscope sketches quantum circuits

Abstract:
Physicists at Cambridge University in the UK have developed a new way to make quantum electronic devices using an atomic force microscope. The technique, known as erasable electrostatic lithography, allows researchers to create and change quantum devices and circuits during an experiment - a feat that was hitherto impossible. Erasable lithography could be used in experiments to study quantum phenomena and may also provide a route to the fabrication of a solid-state quantum computer.

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