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May 31st, 2006

Making Quantum Computing Work in Silicon

Abstract:
"Essentially the goal is to find out if quantum computing is possible with donor electron-spin qubits in silicon," says Schenkel, explaining that he and his group propose to use the spin states of donor atoms embedded in silicon as the fundamental components of a quantum computer: its quantum bits, or "qubits."

Source:
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

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