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Viewpoint: Quantum Computer Simulates Excited States of Molecule

Author(s): Sukin Sim, Jonathan Romero, Peter D. Johnson, and Alán Aspuru-Guzik Excited-state energies of the hydrogen molecule have been calculated using a two-qubit quantum computer. [Physics 11, 14] Published Mon Feb 12, 2018
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