Toward quantum information processing by nuclear magnetic resonance: pseudopure states and logical operations using selective pulses on an oriented spin 3/2 nucleus

Sinha, Neeraj ; Mahesh, T. S. ; Ramanathan, K. V. ; Anil Kumar, (2001) Toward quantum information processing by nuclear magnetic resonance: pseudopure states and logical operations using selective pulses on an oriented spin 3/2 nucleus Journal of Chemical Physics, 144 (10). pp. 4415-4420. ISSN 0021-9606

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Abstract

Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has demonstrated significant experimental progress toward the development of quantum computations. The developments so far have taken place mainly through the use of spin ½ nuclei. In this paper we describe the use of a spin math nucleus, oriented in a liquid crystal matrix for the creation of pseudopure states and the implementation of a complete set of two-qubit reversible logic gates using single-quantum transition-selective pulses, extending the range of practice of NMR toward quantum computation.

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Keywords:Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; Quantum Computing; Quantum Gates
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Deposited On:25 Sep 2010 10:29
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