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Experimental realizations of routing or shuttling trapped ions in two dimensions in a quantum computer. I want to find papers which specifically focus on the routing and shuttling characteristics, and only in 2 dimensions.

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Experimental realizations of routing or shuttling trapped ions in two dimensions in a quantum computer are extensively studied and discussed in various research articles, with particularly detailed examples in references [1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 27, 42].
The selected references provide comprehensive empirical data and theoretical frameworks on the strategies and technologies employed for 2D ion movement in quantum computing environments. For instance, [2] demonstrates precise routing using a microfabricated X-junction surface trap, while [3] explores the use of a T-junction ion trap array for 2D ion handling. Additionally, reference [27] offers a deep theoretical insight into shuttling ions through corners and junctions in 2D arrays, connecting theoretical models directly to practical experiments, thereby enhancing the understanding of not only the implementation but also the optimization required for scalable quantum computing architectures.
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So far, I've closely analyzed 640 of the most promising papers, and I've found ~42-55 that are relevant, which is probably more than 90% of all that exist.
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