Hybrid quantum logic and a test of Bell’s inequality using two different atomic isotopes

@article{Ballance2015HybridQL,
  title={Hybrid quantum logic and a test of Bell’s inequality using two different atomic isotopes},
  author={C. J. Ballance and V M Sch{\"a}fer and J. P. Home and D. J. Szwer and S. C. Webster and D. T. C. Allcock and Norbert Matthias Linke and T. Patrick Harty and Diana Prado Lopes Aude Craik and D. N. Stacey and Andrew M. Steane and D. M. Lucas},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2015},
  volume={528},
  pages={384-386}
}
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