Quantum bar magnets in a transparent salt

Scientists have managed to switch on and off the magnetism of a new material using quantum mechanics, making the material a test bed for future quantum devices. The team of researchers found that the material, a transparent salt, did not suffer from the usual complications of other real magnets, and exploited the fact that its quantum spins interact according to the rules of large bar magnets.

Quantum bar magnets in a transparent salt

Scientists have managed to switch on and off the magnetism of a new material using quantum mechanics, making the material a test bed for future quantum devices.

Fri 15 Jun 12 from Phys.org

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New Material Helps Advance Quantum Devices

By Will Soutter An international team of scientists led from the London Centre for Nanotechnology and the Laboratory for Quantum Magnetism in Switzerland has used quantum mechanics to turn on ...

Sun 17 Jun 12 from AZoNano

Quantum bar magnets in a transparent salt

Scientists have managed to switch on and off the magnetism of a new material using quantum mechanics, making the material a test bed for future quantum devices. ...

Fri 15 Jun 12 from Labspaces.net

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