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NUCLEAR SPIN 3/2 ELECTRIC QUADRUPOLE RELAXATION AS A QUANTUM COMPUTATION PROCESS

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  • Quantum Circuit
  • Relaxation
  • Nmr
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  • Computer Science
  • Physics

Abstract

In this work we applied a quantum circuit treatment to describe the nuclear spin relaxation. From the Redfield theory, we obtain a description of the quadrupolar relaxation as a computational process in a spin 3/2 system, through a model in which the environment is comprised by five qubits and three different quantum noise channels. The interaction between the environment and the spin 3/2 nuclei is described by a quantum circuit fully compatible with the Redfield theory of relaxation. Theoretical predictions are compared to experimental data, a short review of quantum channels and relaxation in NMR qubits is also present.

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