Physicists Devise a Brilliant Way to Make And Observe Elusive Electron Crystals

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In 1934, theoretical physicist Eugene Wigner proposed a new type of crystal. If the density of negatively charged electrons could be maintained below a certain level, the subatomic particles could be held in a repeating pattern to create a crystal of electrons; this idea came to be known as a Wigner crystal.

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Editor comment: The reason why they’re disclosing this is so that people will know one way of creating a sustainable containment field for quantum computing “qbits” – which are currently nearly impossible to keep without disintegrating within seconds. By constructing a containment field made of – next to nothing – then quantum computing may proceed literally at the speed of light – thus pushing current conventional computing off the charts. They will likely use this for the upcoming zero-delay 6G communication, and quantum internet.

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