CHSH-Type Inequality Involving Commuting Continuous Variables
AbstractThe correlation of projections of the momentum operators of two particles is used to derive a quantum inequality for continuous variables, which must be satisfied by any bipartite system in a pure state. This inequality resembles a Clauser–Horne–Shimony–Holt (CHSH)-type inequality except for additional terms related to the imaginary component of the weak value of the momentum, which normally remains concealed in the usual quantum description but turns out to be of relevance for entangled states. Our results shed new light on the link between noncommutativity, entanglement and nonlocality of the quantum description. View Full-Text
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Valdés-Hernández, A.; Cetto, A.M.; de la Peña, L. CHSH-Type Inequality Involving Commuting Continuous Variables. Atoms 2019, 7, 46.
Valdés-Hernández A, Cetto AM, de la Peña L. CHSH-Type Inequality Involving Commuting Continuous Variables. Atoms. 2019; 7(2):46.Chicago/Turabian Style
Valdés-Hernández, Andrea; Cetto, Ana M.; de la Peña, Luis. 2019. "CHSH-Type Inequality Involving Commuting Continuous Variables." Atoms 7, no. 2: 46.
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