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November 11, 2021 Thursday 01:19:39 PM IST

Stanford researchers developed a Quantum Simulator

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A new innovation that promises to bring an audio dimension to previously muted quantum science experiments. Lev and collaborators from Pennsylvania State University and the University of St. Andrews have produced the first optical lattice of atoms that incorporates sound. This can help the scientists to know the minute changes happening in the lattice positions as a result of the changes happening in a matter indulged in an experiment. This tool is commonly used to study the fundamental characteristics of solids and other phases of matter that have repeating geometries.

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