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Successful test of a dilution refrigerator for quantum computers

IBM scientists have succeeded in cooling a quantum computer chip to a temperature of 25 mK using a large-scale dilution refrigerator. 

Quantum computing is a rapidly emerging technology that harnesses the laws of quantum mechanics to solve problems that are too complex for classical computers.[1] Quantum computers must be cooled to cryogenic temperatures, just a fraction of a degree above ...

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