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One-dimensional ghost imaging with an electron microscope: a route towards ghost imaging with inelastically scattered electrons

@inproceedings{Rotunno2021OnedimensionalGI,
  title={One-dimensional ghost imaging with an electron microscope: a route towards ghost imaging with inelastically scattered electrons},
  author={Enzo Rotunno and Sara Gargiulo and Giovanni Maria Vanacore and Chen Mechel and Amir Hossein Tavabi and Rafal E. Dunin Borkowski and Fabrizio Carbone and I.Maidan and Matteo Zanfrognini and S. Frabboni and Tugrul Guner and Ebrahim Karimi and Ido Kaminer and Vincenzo Grillo},
  year={2021}
}
In quantum mechanics, entanglement and correlations are not just a mere sporadic curiosity, but rather common phenomena at the basis of an interacting quantum system. In electron microscopy, such concepts have not been extensively explored yet in all their implications; in particular, inelastic scattering can be reanalyzed in terms of correlation between the electron beam and the sample. While classical inelastic scattering simply implies loss of coherence in the electron beam, performing a… 

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