Test of local realism with entangled kaon pairs and without inequalities.

Abstract

We propose the use of entangled pairs of neutral kaons, considered as a promising tool to close the well known loopholes affecting generic Bell's inequality tests, in a specific Hardy-type experiment. Hardy's contradiction without inequalities between local realism and quantum mechanics can be translated into a feasible experiment by requiring ideal detection efficiencies for only one of the observables to be alternatively measured. Neutral kaons are near to fulfill this requirement and therefore to close the efficiency loophole.

Cite this paper

@article{Bramon2002TestOL, title={Test of local realism with entangled kaon pairs and without inequalities.}, author={Albert Bramon and Gianni Garbarino}, journal={Physical review letters}, year={2002}, volume={89 16}, pages={160401} }