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How to Teleport Quantum Information from One Atom to Another

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Illustration showing information from left atom teleported to right atom three feet away.

This artist's depiction shows atoms in the quantum state of entanglement. Information represented by the state of atom A on the left is teleported to atom B three feet away. Advances in teleportation may boost the potential of quantum computing and communication.

Credit: Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation


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