New FATMOLS publication at Communications Chemistry
Our work on a molecular dimer hosting six addressable spin qubits is now published with Springer Nature in Communications Chemistry. You can freely access the paper here.
Molecular spin processors are promising for quantum computing, but for universal applicability the available computational space needs to be expanded beyond three qubits while retaining the ability to perform universal quantum operations. Here, the authors report dissymetric molecular Gadolinium(III) dimers acting as 6-qubit quantum processors.