Mothball Chemical Helps Quantum Computing Work at Room Temperature

July 18, 2016

An international team, co-led by Sydney University researcher Dr. Mohammad Choucair, used naphthalene as the starting point to create a new carbon-based material that enables quantum computers to work at room temperature. The breakthrough, reported in the journal Nature Communications, opens new pathways for quantum computing to flow into everyday commercial use.

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