Closing the loopholes on Bell’s theorem

Posted in Journal Articles on March 31, 2016 at 2:38 pm by JCCMP

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Authors: L. Shalm et al.
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Recommended with a commentary by Anthony J. Leggett, University of Illinois.
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DOI: 10.36471/JCCM_March_2016_02

One response on “Closing the loopholes on Bell’s theorem”

  1. Tony Leggett says:

    Erratum:The error bars quoted for the Delft experiment should be +-0.20 (not
    +-0.02 as stated).I am grateful to Alain Aspect for pointing this error out to me.

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