Classic computers use binary bits, which are either a 0 or a 1, while quantum computers use qubits, which are both a 0 and a 1 simultaneously. Teach your class how a qubit is made and how it is controlled using an informative video as part of a larger playlist. They learn how to read and write information on it and how both an electron and the nucleus of phosphorus can be used as qubits.
- Learn more about the Avogadro project mentioned at the end of the video
- Apply the knowledge of the qubit to quantum computing
- Relies on prior knowledge of the nucleus and magnetic fields
- Includes closed captioning in English, Spanish, and Thai for ease of note taking
- Requires very little class time