Glaswegian scientists snap entangled particles

Issued: Fri, 10 Aug 2012 11:54:00 BST

"A group of physicists at the University of Glasgow is claiming a first: taking photos of entangled photons.

In this paper in Nature (hooray for free access!), they explain that their 201 x 201 pixel images captured around 2,500 different entangled quantum states.

The entangled photons were imaged using different lens configurations to capture correlations of position and momentum – the characteristics (to shorthand Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle) that mutually preclude excessive knowledge about a given quantum system."

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