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Maurice A. De Gosson
Published: 26 September 2018
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Quanta, Volume 7, pp 74-110; doi:10.12743/quanta.v7i1.74

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Anthony Sudbery
Published: 2 September 2018
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Quanta, Volume 7, pp 68-73; doi:10.12743/quanta.v7i1.79

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Vinayak Jagadish, Francesco Petruccione
Published: 26 July 2018
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Quanta, Volume 7, pp 54-67; doi:10.12743/quanta.v7i1.77

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Emily Christine Adlam
Published: 16 July 2018
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Quanta, Volume 7, pp 40-53; doi:10.12743/quanta.v7i1.76

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Fedor Herbut
Published: 20 February 2018
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Quanta, Volume 7, pp 19-39; doi:10.12743/quanta.v7i1.69

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Ammar Daskin
Published: 20 February 2018
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Quanta, Volume 7, pp 7-18; doi:10.12743/quanta.v7i1.65

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Ananya Paul, Tabish Qureshi
Published: 19 February 2018
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Quanta, Volume 7, pp 1-6; doi:10.12743/quanta.v7i1.67

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Mani L. Bhaumik
Published: 11 December 2017
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Quanta, Volume 6; doi:10.12743/quanta.v6i1.68

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Tabish Qureshi, Ushba Rizwan
Published: 29 November 2017
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Quanta, Volume 6; doi:10.12743/quanta.v6i1.66

Abstract:The Hanbury Brown–Twiss (HBT) effect, at the quantum level, is essentially an interference of one particle with another, as opposed to interference of a particle with itself. Conventional treatments of identical particles encounter difficulties while dealing with entanglement. A recently introduced label-free approach to indistinguishable particles is described, and is used to analyze the HBT effect. Quantum wave-packets have been used to provide a better understanding of the quantum interpretation of the HBT effect. The effect is demonstrated for two independent particles governed by Bose–Einstein or Fermi–Dirac statistics. The HBT effect is also analyzed for pairs of entangled particles. Surprisingly, entanglement has almost no effect on the interference seen in the HBT effect. In the light of the results, an old quantum optics experiment is reanalyzed, and it is argued that the interference seen in that experiment is not a consequence of non-local correlations between the photons, as is commonly believed.Quanta 2017; 6: 61–69.
Radu Ionicioiu
Published: 6 October 2017
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Quanta, Volume 6; doi:10.12743/quanta.v6i1.64

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