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February 13th, 2004

Electricity Teleportation Devised

Abstract:
Researchers from Leiden University in the Netherlands have devised a way to teleport electricity. Teleportation is possible at the atomic scale, and was discovered a decade ago for photons in free space. The researchers' proposal works for electrons contained in conductors, and could eventually be used within computer circuits. The method could eventually be used to instantly transport information between the quantum bits, or qubits, of a quantum computer if electrons could be transported over distances of around 100 microns.

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