Quantum Computing

Physicists discover a new 'qubit'

Researchers at MIT have discovered new quantum bit. Image: engin akyurt on Unsplash

Jennifer Chu

News Writer, MIT News Office

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MIT physicists find that pairs of atoms can hold a superposition of two vibrational states.
Like two swinging pendula, the atoms can move in sync, and against each other. Image: Courtesy of the researchers

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