Computers 100,000 times faster, with quantum potential

An electron is small enough that it behaves like a wave as well as a particle, and when it is in an excited state, its wavelength changes. Because the electron was in two excited states at once, those two waves interfered with one another and left a fingerprint in the femtosecond pulse that the electron emitted.

Source: KurzweialAI

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