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Quantum physics

A spin solo

Quantum computers could solve problems insurmountable to conventional computers. The missing ingredient for quantum computing with electron spins is now available — the rotation of a single spin.

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Figure 1: Caught in the current.

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Burkard, G. A spin solo. Nature 442, 749–750 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1038/442749a

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