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Realization of a complete Stern-Gerlach interferometer: Towards a test of quantum gravity

@article{Margalit2020RealizationOA,
  title={Realization of a complete Stern-Gerlach interferometer: Towards a test of quantum gravity},
  author={Y. Margalit and O. Dobkowski and Z. Zhou and O. Amit and Y. Japha and S. Moukouri and Daniel Rohrlich and A. Mazumdar and Sougato Bose and C. Henkel and R. Folman},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2020}
}
  • Y. Margalit, O. Dobkowski, +8 authors R. Folman
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
  • The Stern-Gerlach effect, discovered a century ago, has become a paradigm of quantum mechanics. Surprisingly there has been little evidence that the original scheme with freely propagating atoms exposed to gradients from macroscopic magnets is a fully coherent quantum process. Specifically, no full-loop Stern-Gerlach interferometer has been realized with the scheme as envisioned decades ago. Furthermore, several theoretical studies have explained why such an interferometer is a formidable… CONTINUE READING
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