Quantum Science and Technology


Quantum technology is a class of technology that works by using the principles of amount mechanics (the drugs of sub-atomic patches), including amount trap and amount superposition. Quantum detectors are anticipated to have a number of operations in a wide variety of fields including positioning systems, communication technology, electric and glamorous field detectors, gravimetric as well as geophysical areas of exploration similar as civil engineering and seismology. The field of amount technology was first outlined in a 1997 book by GerardJ. Milburn, which was also followed by a 2003 composition by JonathanP. Dowling and Gerard. Milburn, as well as a 2003 composition by David Deutsch.


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