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Quantum state world record smashed
Date:11/15/2013

applications outside of computing.

"Quantum mechanics tells us that is physically impossible to make a true copy of a quantum state which has led to proposals for fundamentally unforgeable banknotes based on keeping quantum systems in superposition states," says John Morton. "Although quantum money remains a long way off, if these record-breaking coherence times of nuclear spins in silicon could be extended further, they could find use in ultra-secure authentication devices."


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