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Google's paper: "Quantum Supremacy Using a Programmable Superconducting Processor"

A recent paper regarding Google's quantum supremacy experiment

quantum computing, qubits
New PCCP article

Read about our pulsed EPR studies on two molecular triangle spin qubits and the role of Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya spectral boradenings in inducing spin decoherence

EPR, Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya, spin qubits, decoherence
A visit to the Zavoisky museum

A visit to the Zavoisky museum in Kazan, which hosts the equipment related to the invention of EPR spectroscopy.

Zavoisky musem
New article & cover feature at Chemistry, a European Journal

Our detection of magnetoelectric coupling for the first time in a polynuclear cluster published in Chemistry, a European Journal.
 

magnetoelectric coupling, EPR, spin triangles
Our work featured at the weekly journal "Ebdo"

Our work on magnetic Ionic Liquids featured at the weekly general public journal "Ebdo"!

Ionic liquids, liquid magnets
"Paramagnetic relaxation of liquid solutions for parallel fields": Zavoisky's foundational papers of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

The very first of the papers Evgeny Konstantinovich Zavoisky published on Electron Paramegnetic Resonance.

Our work featured at the CNRS website

Our work on liquid magnets featured on the CNRS website.

Ionic liquids, liquid magnets
"Paramagnetic relaxation of liquid solutions for perpendicular fields": Zavoisky's foundational papers of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

Zavoisky's paper that founded the field of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance: E. Zavoisky, Journal of Physics, 1945, IX:3, 211-216.

Our work featured at "The Surg"

Our latest article, just published in Dalton Transactions, was featured at "The Surg".

Can spin triangles become liquid?

Ionic liquids formed from ferro- and antiferromagnetic spin trianlges retain the magnetic properties of those materials, while being able to exist in the liquid state.

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