Wed. May 18th, 2022

Working with university researchers, a Japanese jewelry company has developed a new production method to create 2-inch diamond slices that could soon be used in quantum computers.

Adamant Namiki Precision Jewelry has collaborated with Saga University of Kyushu to create its new “Kenzan Diamonds” which are pure enough for use in quantum computing. Although there are diamond wafers with the required purity, they have until now been too small (no larger than a 4mm square) to be used in quantum computing applications.

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