Solid-state multiple quantum NMR in quantum information processing: exactly solvable models

E. B. Fel'dman, A. N. Pyrkov, A. I. Zenchuk
2012 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
Multiple quantum (MQ) NMR is an effective tool for the generation of a large cluster of correlated particles, which, in turn, represent a basis for quantum information processing devices. Studying the available exactly solvable models clarifies many aspects of the quantum information. In this study, we consider two exactly solvable models in the MQ NMR experiment: (i) the isolated system of two spin-1 2 particles (dimers) and (ii) the large system of equivalent spin-1 2 particles in a nanopore.
more » ... The former model is used to describe the quantum correlations and their relations with the MQ NMR coherences, whereas the latter helps one to model the creation and decay of large clusters of correlated particles.
doi:10.1098/rsta.2011.0499 pmid:22946036 fatcat:7d5hnr5gnncdto5bf77vmjbvy4