23 October 2009 Nanobiomedicine crystal-inspired optical quantum bit storage
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The present study is aimed to develop a nanobiomedicine crystal-inspired optical quantum bit (qubit) storage system, as one candidate of potentially promising solutions to the nanofabrication problem, by a bottom-up approach of chemical or physical forces operating at a nanometer scale, to self-assemble 0.1nm~10nm basic units into a large "vertical" storage architecture for simultaneously computing several qubits. The state of an optical qubit may be measured in a momentum space by using laser micro-photoluminescence spectrum (Laser micro-PL spectrum) in combination with the Gaussian non-linear function fit of optical wavelengths and optical intensities and twice faster Fourier transformations of photoluminescence spectra at time and frequency domains. All architectures of self-assembled nanobiomedicine may be probed by conducting atomic force microscopy (C-AFM) in three dimensions (x, y, z axes) with a powerfully spatial resolution at sub-angstrom. The reproducible results of optical qubit measurements in self-assembled nanobiomedicine crystals more than six times by laser micro-PL spectra for one nanobiomedicine crystal sample were acquired, as shown in average values of wavelengths and intensities with standard deviations in laser micro-PL spectra. It is concluded that the nanobiomedicine crystal-inspired optical qubit storage is emerging as a new solid state storage system.
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Yan Fang, Yan Fang, Fangzhang Wang, Fangzhang Wang, Mingyang Rong, Mingyang Rong, "Nanobiomedicine crystal-inspired optical quantum bit storage", Proc. SPIE 7517, Photonics and Optoelectronics Meetings (POEM) 2009: Optical Storage and New Storage Technologies, 75170E (23 October 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.841279; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.841279

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