The Utility of Mesoionic Xanthines as Quantum Dot Arrays for Universal Bulk Quantum Computing
Noetic Advanced Studies Institute
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Orinda, CA 94563-2502 USA
We introduce theuse of Mesoionic Xanthines covalently bound to common quantum dot substrates as highly efficient multiple arrays of 10 q-bit (r-bit) registers attached to an inert support for Universal Bulk Quantum Computing (UBQC): Ontologically overcoming the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and decoherence problem utilyzing a 3D-Hilbert space of maximally entangled Mesoionic Xanthine UBQC arrays. Quantum dots (QD) are currently the intense focus of viable quantum computation substrates. These small QD's are semiconductors whose excitons are confined in all three spatial dimensions. By covalently attaching mesoionic xanthines to these QD's, we now have a quantum mechanically modified QD with newer and much more complex properties. Since these mesoionic xanthines are well known to exist in at least 10 different quantum states (ref), these new modified QD's can be conveniently arranged in a matrix format amenable to that of a common semiconductor chip with quantum computation abilities. Complex matrices of these newly modified QD's are shown to be optimally spaced on an inert substrate and UV pulsed at an optimal radio frequency that cause the quantum matrix to exist in a maximally entangled quantum state ideally suited for UBQC. We detail the simple chemistry involved in covalently attaching these mesoionic xanthines to common QD's composed of CdSe/ZnS, CdS, InAs, InGaN and InGaAs. Additionally, we propose a mathematical formalism detailing the new higher dimensional (HD) commutation regimes and their various modes of interaction by which they ontologically overcome both the Heisenberg Uncertainty principle and the decoherence problem of UBQC.