Experimental delayed-choice entanglement swapping.
April 25, 2012 12:47 AM Subscribe
"Using four photons, we can actively delay the choice of measurement on two of the photons into the time-like future of the registration of the other two photons. This effectively projects the two already registered photons onto one of two mutually exclusive quantum states in which the photons are either entangled (quantum correlations) or separable (classical correlations). This can also be viewed as ‘quantum steering into the past’."
, Nature Physics
, Ars Technica
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