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Using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques with three-qubit sample , we have experimentally implemented the highly structured algorithm for the 1-SAT problem proposed by Hogg. A simplified temporal averaging procedure was employed to the three-qubit spin pseudo-pure state. The algorithm was completed with only a single evaluation of structure of the… (More)

- Xinhua Peng, Zeyang Liao, +4 authors Jiangfeng Du
- Physical review letters
- 2008

We propose an adiabatic quantum algorithm capable of factorizing numbers, using fewer qubits than Shor's algorithm. We implement the algorithm in a NMR quantum information processor and experimentally factorize the number 21. In the range that our classical computer could simulate, the quantum adiabatic algorithm works well, providing evidence that the… (More)

We have experimentally implemented remote state preparation (RSP) of a qubit from a hydrogen to a carbon nucleus in molecules of carbon-13 labeled chloroform 13 CHCl 3 over interatomic distances using liquid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technique. Full RSP of a special ensemble of qubits, i.e., a qubit chosen from equatorial and polar great… (More)

Using an NMR quantum computer, we experimentally simulate the quantum phase transition of a Heisen-berg spin chain. The Hamiltonian is generated by a multiple-pulse sequence, the nuclear-spin system is prepared in its (pseudopure) ground state, and the effective Hamiltonian varied in such a way that the Heisenberg chain is taken from a product state to an… (More)

- Jun Li, Xinhua Peng, Jiangfeng Du, Dieter Suter
- Scientific reports
- 2012

Quantum computers are known to be qualitatively more powerful than classical computers, but so far only a small number of different algorithms have been discovered that actually use this potential. It would therefore be highly desirable to develop other types of quantum algorithms that widen the range of possible applications. Here we propose an efficient… (More)

A new method of preparing the pseudo-pure state of a spin system for quantum computation in liquid nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) was put forward and demonstrated experimentally. Applying appropriately connected line-selective pulses simultaneously and a field gradient pulse techniques we acquired straightforwardly all pseudo-pure states for two qubits in… (More)

We have experimentally demonstrated the interferometric complementarity, which relates the distinguishability D quantifying the amount of which-way (WW) information to the fringe visibility V characterizing the wave feature of a quantum entity, in a bulk ensemble by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) techniques. We primarily concern on the intermediate cases:… (More)

- Zhaokai Li, Man-Hong Yung, +5 authors Jiangfeng Du
- Scientific reports
- 2011

Quantum ground-state problems are computationally hard problems for general many-body Hamiltonians; there is no classical or quantum algorithm known to be able to solve them efficiently. Nevertheless, if a trial wavefunction approximating the ground state is available, as often happens for many problems in physics and chemistry, a quantum computer could… (More)

- Xinhua Peng, Hui Zhou, Bo-Bo Wei, Jiangyu Cui, Jiangfeng Du, Ren-Bao Liu
- Physical review letters
- 2015

Lee-Yang zeros are points on the complex plane of physical parameters where the partition function of a system vanishes and hence the free energy diverges. Lee-Yang zeros are ubiquitous in many-body systems and fully characterize their thermodynamics. Notwithstanding their fundamental importance, Lee-Yang zeros have never been observed in experiments, due… (More)

- Xiaojuan Tan, Nan Qin, +7 authors Aiqun Jia
- Scientific reports
- 2015

Biofilm formation is regarded as one of the major determinants in the prevalence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) as pathogens of medical device-related infection. However, methicillin-susceptible S. aureus (MSSA) can also form biofilm in vitro and such biofilms are resistant to vancomycin. Hence, researching the possible mechanisms of… (More)