Storing quantum information for 30 seconds in a nanoelectronic device.

@article{Muhonen2014StoringQI,
  title={Storing quantum information for 30 seconds in a nanoelectronic device.},
  author={Juha T. Muhonen and Juan Pablo Dehollain and Arne Laucht and Fay E. Hudson and Rachpon Kalra and Takeharu Sekiguchi and Kohei M. Itoh and David N. Jamieson and Jeffrey C. McCallum and Andrew Dzurak and Andrea Morello},
  journal={Nature nanotechnology},
  year={2014},
  volume={9 12},
  pages={986-91}
}
The spin of an electron or a nucleus in a semiconductor naturally implements the unit of quantum information--the qubit. In addition, because semiconductors are currently used in the electronics industry, developing qubits in semiconductors would be a promising route to realize scalable quantum information devices. The solid-state environment, however, may provide deleterious interactions between the qubit and the nuclear spins of surrounding atoms, or charge and spin fluctuations arising from… CONTINUE READING
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