Unconventional Superconductor Might Unlock New Strategies To Create Quantum Personal computers

If it seems like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it in all probability is a duck.

Scientists on the hunt for an unconventional type of superconductor have produced the most persuasive proof to day that they’ve uncovered a person. In a pair of papers, scientists at the College of Maryland’s (UMD) Quantum Components Centre (QMC) and colleagues have shown that uranium ditelluride (or UTe2 for small) displays many of the hallmarks of a topological superconductor — a materials that might unlock new ways to make quantum pcs and other futuristic equipment.

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