We propose a complete, quantitative quantum computing system that satisfies the five DiVincenzo criteria. The model is based on magnetic clusters with uniaxial anisotropy, where two-state qubits are formed utilizing the two lowest lying states of an anisotropic potential energy. We outline the quantum dynamics required by quantum computing for single-qubit structures, and then define a measurement scheme in which qubit states can be measured by sharp changes in current as voltage across the cluster is varied. We then extend the single-qubit description to multiple qubit interactions, facilitated specifically by an entanglement method that propagates the controlled-not quantum gate.

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