NewsOptical levitation of glass nanosphere enables quantum
control

15th July 2021by admin0
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Researchers at ETH Zurich have trapped a tiny sphere
measuring a hundred nanometres using laser light and slowed down
its motion to the lowest quantum mechanical state. This technique
could help researchers to study quantum effects in macroscopic
objects and build extremely sensitive sensors.

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