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Probing information scrambling

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Quantum information encoded in one of many interacting particles quickly becomes scrambled. A set of tools for tracking this process is on its way.

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Figure 1: Quantum mechanical butterfly effect.

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Schleier-Smith, M. Probing information scrambling. Nature Phys 13, 724–726 (2017) doi:10.1038/nphys4165

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