Magnetically Controlled Quantum Teleportation of Multiple Arbitrary States Using the Bloch Catalyst

Moses Emetere


Quantum teleportation is at its advanced research stage and has attracted more novel discoveries in recent time. The Bloch NMR was used to highlight the specification for the construction of a virtual Magnetic-Not (M-Not) gate to analyze a two trans-sectional multiple arbitrary states. A new version of quantum manipulation for entanglement and disentanglement of particles was introduced. A new quantity known as the particle filter was discovered. The particle-filter acts like a catalyst via the use of transverse and longitudinal relaxations to speed-up teleportation of single qubit state from the sender to the intermediary and then to the receiver. The efficiency of the M-Not gates to filter both noise and excited qubit state during teleportation was shown.



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