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3D Render of Qubits
Evaluation of a series of VS6 qubits. (a) Molecular structures of the complexes as they appear in the crystal structures of 1–4. Green, yellow, red, and gray spheres represent vanadium, sulfur, oxygen, and carbon atoms, respectively
Schematic diagram of an array of surface qubits, showing both a potential linker and metal complex geometry. J indicates the strength of the magnetic coupling between the qubits.
Qubits (glowing components) can be installed in metal organic frameworks via selection of proper structural nodes or linking moieties. Magnetic interactions (J) between qubits are open to synthetic fine-tuning via proper choice of bridging units.