Technology, Healthcare Dec 16, 2021 07:29 AM (GMT+8)
Financial Associated Press, Dec. 16 - defects in diamonds, that is, atomic defects in which carbon is replaced by nitrogen or other elements, may provide a nearly perfect interface for quantum computing. However, these defects called diamond nitrogen vacancy centers are controlled by magnetic field, which is incompatible with existing quantum devices. Japanese researchers have developed an interface method to control diamond nitrogen vacancy centers by allowing direct conversion to quantum devices. The research results were published in communication physics on the 15th.
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