NewsA peculiar state of matter in layers of
semiconductors

19th August 2021by admin0
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Scientists around the world are developing new
hardware for quantum computers, a new type of device that could
accelerate drug design, financial modeling, and weather prediction.
These computers rely on qubits, bits of matter that can represent
some combination of 1 and 0 simultaneously. The problem is that
qubits are fickle, degrading into regular bits when interactions
with surrounding matter interfere. But new research at MIT suggests
a way to protect their states, using a phenomenon called many-body
localization (MBL).

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