Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2011 10:06:54 -
Author: George Herold
Subject: Re: Lab demonstrations of entanglement, i.e. Bell's Inequality, EPR Paradox
David, You should repost this question on the ALPHA list server. I'm
sure there are several schools that are doing this. (David Van Baak at
Calvin college for one.) I know the ALPHA group is getting a deal with
whoever is making the fast avalanche photo-diodes that you need for this
lab. (These cost like ~$5k a piece and you need at least two!)
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> Subject: [tap-l] Lab demonstrations of entanglement, i.e.
> Bell's Inequality, EPR Paradox
> Hi Tappers,
> I was just contacted by Scientific America. Seems they'd
> like to see if anyone is demonstrating or has a good
> experiment to exhibit the ideas behind Bell's Inequality
> and/or the EPR Paradox.
> For anyone unfamiliar with these concepts:
> Doesn't seem like an "easy" one to demonstrate, but I figured
> I could reach out to this wonderful collective mind of ours
> and see if anyone has a current simulation or actual
> experiment on this effect.
> Please pass your advice on.....
> Happy Spring!
> Dave/RU (home of Snooki....)