decohere

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From de- +‎ cohere.

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decohere (third-person singular simple present decoheres, present participle decohering, simple past and past participle decohered)

  1. (physics) To cause, or to undergo decoherence.
    • 2012, ‘An uncertain future’, The Economist, 25 Feb 2012:
      Even the slightest disturbance causes qubits to “decohere”, shedding their magical properties.

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