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Diamond envy

Nature Physics volume 9, pages 136137 (2013) | Download Citation

Nitrogen atoms trapped tens of nanometres apart in diamond can now be linked by quantum entanglement. This ability to produce and control entanglement in solid systems could enable powerful quantum computers.

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