Experimentally testing Bell’s theorem based on Hardy’s nonlocal ladder proofs

@article{Guo2015ExperimentallyTB,
  title={Experimentally testing Bell’s theorem based on Hardy’s nonlocal ladder proofs},
  author={Wei-jie Guo and Dai-He Fan and L. Wei},
  journal={Science China Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy},
  year={2015},
  volume={58},
  pages={1-5}
}
  • Wei-jie Guo, Dai-He Fan, L. Wei
  • Published 2015
  • Mathematics
  • Science China Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy
  • Bell’s theorem argues the existence of quantum nonlocality which goes basically against the hidden variable theory (HVT). Many experiments have been done via testing the violations of Bell’s inequalities to statistically verify the Bell’s theorem. Alternatively, by testing the Hardy’s ladder proofs we experimentally demonstrate the deterministic violation of HVT and thus confirm the quantum nonlocality. Our tests are implemented with non-maximal entangled photon pairs generated by spontaneous… CONTINUE READING
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