Multipartite Entanglement Among Single Spins in Diamond

  title={Multipartite Entanglement Among Single Spins in Diamond},
  author={Philipp Neumann and Norikazu Mizuochi and Florian Rempp and Philip Robert Hemmer and H. Watanabe and Satoshi Yamasaki and Vincent Jacques and Torsten Gaebel and Fedor Jelezko and J{\"o}rg Wrachtrup},
  pages={1326 - 1329}
Robust entanglement at room temperature is a necessary requirement for practical applications in quantum technology. We demonstrate the creation of bipartite- and tripartite-entangled quantum states in a small quantum register consisting of individual 13C nuclei in a diamond lattice. Individual nuclear spins are controlled via their hyperfine coupling to a single electron at a nitrogen-vacancy defect center. Quantum correlations are of high quality and persist on a millisecond time scale even… 

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