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Entanglement between two spatially separated atomic modes.(QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT)(Report)(Author abstract)

Lange, Karsten ; Peise, Jan ; Lucke, Bernd ; Kruse, Ilka ; Vitagliano, Giuseppe ; Apellaniz, Iagoba ; Kleinmann, Matthias ; Toth, Geza ; Klempt, Carsten

Science, April 27, 2018, Vol.360(6387), p.416(3) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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    Entanglement between two spatially separated atomic modes.(QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT)(Report)(Author abstract)
  • Autor: Lange, Karsten ; Peise, Jan ; Lucke, Bernd ; Kruse, Ilka ; Vitagliano, Giuseppe ; Apellaniz, Iagoba ; Kleinmann, Matthias ; Toth, Geza ; Klempt, Carsten
  • Assuntos: Quantum Mechanics – Research ; Energy Levels (Quantum Mechanics) – Research
  • É parte de: Science, April 27, 2018, Vol.360(6387), p.416(3)
  • Descrição: Modern quantum technologies in the fields of quantum computing, quantum simulation, and quantum metrology require the creation and control of large ensembles of entangled particles. In ultracold ensembles of neutral atoms, nonclassical states have been generated with mutual entanglement among thousands of particles. The entanglement generation relies on the fundamental particle-exchange symmetry in ensembles of identical particles, which lacks the standard notion of entanglement between clearly definable subsystems. Here, we present the generation of entanglement between two spatially separated clouds by splitting an ensemble of ultracold identical particles prepared in a twin Fock state. Because the clouds can be addressed individually, our experiments open a path to exploit the available entangled states of indistinguishable particles for quantum information applications.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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