Molecular nanomagnets with switchable coupling for quantum simulation

  title={Molecular nanomagnets with switchable coupling for quantum simulation},
  author={Alessandro Chiesa and George F S Whitehead and Stefano Carretta and Laura Carthy and Grigore A Timco and Simon J Teat and Giuseppe Amoretti and Eva Pavarini and Richard E P Winpenny and Paolo Maria Santini},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
Molecular nanomagnets are attractive candidate qubits because of their wide inter- and intra-molecular tunability. Uniform magnetic pulses could be exploited to implement one- and two-qubit gates in presence of a properly engineered pattern of interactions, but the synthesis of suitable and potentially scalable supramolecular complexes has proven a very hard task. Indeed, no quantum algorithms have ever been implemented, not even a proof-of-principle two-qubit gate. Here we show that the… CONTINUE READING
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