Violation of Bell's inequalities implies distillability for N qubits

@inproceedings{Acn2001ViolationOB,
  title={Violation of Bell's inequalities implies distillability for N qubits},
  author={Antonio Ac{\'i}n and Valerio Scarani and Michael M. Wolf},
  year={2001}
}
We consider quantum systems composed of $N$ qubits, and the family of all Bell's correlation inequalities for two two-valued measurements per site. We show that if a $N$-qubit state $\rho$ violates any of these inequalities, then it is at least bipartite distillable. Indeed there exists a link between the amount of Bell's inequality violation and the degree of distillability. Thus, we strengthen the interpretation of Bell's inequalities as detectors of useful entanglement. 
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