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Toward the future

The research presented in the Nature Nanotechnology paper opens the door to numerous potential developments in the future.According to Rodan-Legrain, it could be used to create the first single-material voltage-tunable qubit, which could be used in future quantum computers.

The team also hopes that the new system will shed light on how high-temperature superconductors are made because it makes it possible to study the mysterious superconductivity in MATBG in greater depth and is relatively simple to use.

At this time, superconductors can only function at extremely low temperatures.According to Rodan-Legrain, that is actually one of our greatest hopes for our magic material.Can we use it as a sort of “Rosetta Stone” to learn more about its relatives that work at high temperatures?

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