Qubits - Deepstash


Qubits are the quantum equivalent of bits, but they work very differently from classical bits (the bits used in our computers). Qubits, like classical bits, can be in states of 0 and 1, also known as spin up and spin down, but what makes qubits useful is the concept of quantum superposition.


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