Creating and observing N-partite entanglement with atoms

@article{Everitt2009CreatingAO,
  title={Creating and observing N-partite entanglement with atoms},
  author={Mark S. Everitt and Martin L. Jones and Benjamin T. H. Varcoe and Jacob Dunningham},
  journal={Journal of Physics B},
  year={2009},
  volume={44},
  pages={035504}
}
The Mermin inequality provides a criterion for experimentally ruling out local-realistic descriptions of multiparticle systems. A violation of this inequality means that the particles must be entangled, but does not, in general, indicate whether N-partite entanglement is present. For this, a stricter bound is required. Here we discuss this bound and use it to propose two different schemes for demonstrating N-partite entanglement with atoms. The first scheme involves Bose–Einstein condensates… Expand

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