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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has demonstrated significant experimental progress toward the development of quantum computations. The developments so far have taken place mainly through the use of spin 1 2 nuclei. In this paper we describe the use of a spin 3 2 nucleus, oriented in a liquid crystal matrix for the creation of pseudopure states and the implementation of a complete set of two-qubit reversible logic gates using single-quantum transition-selective pulses, extending thedoi:10.1063/1.1346645 fatcat:6fbq3hxajvepvmho6opzca4voy