- Conference date: 4-9 June 2000
- Location: Florence, Itlay
Entangled states are a crucial component in quantum computers, and are of great interest in their own right, highlighting the inherent nonlocality of quantum mechanics. As part of the drive toward larger entangled states for quantum computing, we have engineered the most complex entangled state so far in a collection of four trapped atomic ions. Notably, we employ a technique which is readily scalable to much larger numbers of atoms. Limits to the current experiment and plans to circumvent these limitations are presented.
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