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Q: What is the difference between quantum computer and supercomputer?

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Nothing. Quantum is a branch of physics

Nothing. Quantum is a branch of physics

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The Quantum computer is used for Quantum mechanics. A regular computer or laptop has restrictions due to physics but a Quantum computer performs faster with being able to be in more states at once.

Here it is in oversimplified terms: A quantum is a unit in which waves are absorbed or emitted A photon is a quantum of electromagnetic energy- or the basic unit of light.

HECK NO! An optics computer is a computer running on light, but a quantum computer is a computer where most components are at a quantum-Hall state of matter (hey did you know that there are more than 15 states of matter). In other words, optic computer=light, quantum computer=weird.

Metaphysics is more of a philosophical theory rather than a mathematical one like quantum physics.

classical mechanics deals with very large particles but in quantum mechanics very minute particles.

IBM was known as Quantum Computer Services, Inc.

There is no real difference behind the terms quantum mechanics and quantum physics and quantum theory. If one wants to make a linguistic distinction, you can. Quantum theory is the more encompassing term including any theoretical explanations of quantum phenomena and and generalization. Quantum Mechanics or Quantum Physics refers more to the physical laws which govern the quantum world of all quantum phenomena, and even applied to that world before we had developed the quantum theory with all the mathematics and equations to describe the quantum world. It parallels the meaning of the term Classical Physics.

You can tell the difference between 1s subshell and 3s subshell using quantum numbers and electron configuration.

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