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The Ellenbogen's "Matter as Software" Concept for Quantum Computer Implementation: IV. The [email protected]60 Molecular Building Blocks (MBBs) and Computing System Lifetime Estimation

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The problem of approximate lifetimes of individual [email protected]60 MBBs and tip-based nanofabricated quantum computing device systems is discussed under the conservative assumption of single-point failure. A single chemical transformation of the C60 cage into high-energy opened o-C60 isomer which forms the communication canal for the low energy transfer of an X atom from [email protected]60 MBB to the outside environment was studied. According to the PM7 method, the energy of o-C60 isomer is about 2.47 eV higher than that of C60 in the ground state. The estimated activation barrier between C60 and o-C60 isomer lies at 2.48 eV above the ground state of C60. A search for an individual activation barrier of the guest X atom was performed for the elements ranging between H and Bi, excluding Tc and lanthanides. Four X elements (Ru, Rh, Pd and Os) have been excluded from the available set of [email protected]60 MBBs because of their tendency to form stable insertion products with the wall of C60 cage.
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Keywords: "MATTER AS SOFTWARE" CONCEPT; C60 MBB; EXPLORATORY ENGINEERING; POSITIONAL MECHANO-SYNTHESIS OF MATTER; QUANTUM COMPUTER; QUANTUM COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE; QUANTUM MATTER CHEMISTRY; TIP-BASED NANOFABRICATION (TBN); UHV-TBN; [email protected] MBB

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 December 2016

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