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Old 18th October, 2007, 05:39 PM
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Researchers Develop Quantum Device to Control Single Electron Spin

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Researchers Develop Quantum Device to Control Single Electron Spin
Marcus Yam (Blog) - October 17, 2007 1:48 PM

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Semiconductor can trap, detect and manipulate electron spin at 20 kelvins
Quantum computing is still out of reach for most mainstream industries, but continuing research in the field is making the technology more accessible. A team of engineers at the University at Buffalo have developed a semiconductor that can trap, detect and manipulate the single spin of an electron... Front Page
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Now THIS is something to write home about. A single electron, amazing!
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A single electron's spin! I'm dizzy! ":O}
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IIRC, electrons are large compared to other "particles." Nonetheless, being able to twirl just one of them is astounding!
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