(ScienceDaily) n the paper Stephen Wilson and colleagues Leon Balents, of the University of Santa Barbara’s Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, and Mark Sherwin, a professor in the Department of Physics, have described their recent discovery of a long-sought “quantum spin liquid state” in the material NaYbO2 (sodium ytterbium oxide).
Their finding of “Field-tunable quantum disordered ground state in the triangular-lattice antiferromagnet NaYbO2” is desirable because it is associated with entanglement, the quantum mechanical quality that makes it possible to encode quantum information.

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