Silicon-based quantum stimulator

 Silicon-based quantum stimulator
Researchers at UNSW Australia have recently developed a silicon-based quantum stimulator. In the study, two atoms of boron in the range of nanometres placed in silicon crystal were analysed in-depth and were found to behave with the properties of valence bonds. The team was able to measure and analyse the electrons’ clouds in the studied atoms and their magnetic orientation. This behaviour of the electrons in the silicon chip was found to be an unusual interaction, which is referred to as a typical behaviour of quantum systems. This finding provides a route to develop the new pathways for quantum physics.
How to cite this article:
Geetha Mahendran. Silicon-based quantum stimulator . BioLim O-Media. 22 April, 2017. 5(4).
Available from: http://archive.biolim.org/omedia/read/BOMA0261.