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Bring on qutrits... because Quantum physicists successfully teleported qutrits

What’s a qutrit?

It’s like a qubit. A qunit is an entangled pair of particles used to carry info in a quantum computing system. Qubits are sort of similar to bits, the binary units of information used by computers we use today. 

Bits can be represented by the numbers 0 and 1, qubits can be 0, 1, or both at the same time.
Trits, used in classical tenary systems , add a 2 into the mix. And qutrits are the quantum version of trits, capable of carrying even more  information than their qubit counterparts.

Cool stuff quantum computing..
https://thenextweb.com/science/2019/08/08/forget-qubits-quantum-physicists-successfully-teleported-qutrits-in-breakthrough-experiments/

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