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Electrons spin in the field

Nanowires are candidates for enabling the exchange of quantum information between light and matter. The rapid control of a single electron spin by solely electrical means brings this possibility closer. See Letter p.1084

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Reilly, D. Electrons spin in the field. Nature 468, 1045–1046 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/4681045a

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